Chris Hutchinson on Jeramy Dodds

Like many, I enjoy contemplative, epiphany-seeking poetry. Poetry whose contents and formal properties collude to make art and psychological reality appear as one. A lovely fiction! And I duly appreciate…

Adam Sol: A conversation ending with a poem

LH: What was the inspiration for Jeremiah? AS: There were a few different inspirations. First, I wanted to experiment with a highly rhetorical, loud voice, as a response to a…

Christian Bök reads Darren Wershler Henry

from The Tapeworm Foundry by Darren Wershler-Henry House of Anansi, 2000 —————– andor gather all the equestrian statues from the parks and squares of the world and then place these…

K. Silem Mohammad Reads Elizabeth Bachinsky

Dawn’s Athlete: Washed Talent? Satan Held Wet Death, Lent Saw, Hated Lawn Set, Stew, And Lathe (Lead the Wants/The Waste Land) Thanks to Elizabeth Bachinsky for her generous and thoughtful…

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