Poem of the Week: Amber Dawn’s Queer Grace

Queer Grace No one has imagined us. We want to live like trees, sycamores blazing through the sulfuric air, dappled with scars, still exuberantly budding, our animal passion rooted in…

Madelaine Caritas Longman: white infinity net

white infinity net Snow touching snow. Petal and rhizome, asterisk, osteocyte. Splitcell and starry matrix of bone a sharp pain behind my left eye insomnia prickles bright as ice cream…

Jennica Harper

Jennica Harper: INT. SHARON OLDS POEM—NIGHT

INT. SHARON OLDS POEM—NIGHT Sharon’s at the window, but you’re further down the page, waiting for her husband who will return now but not forever. Sharon’s legs are jelly from fucking,…

Poem of the Week: Erín Moure from The Acts

_____1_____ compression. To use a kind of compression, so compressed that the links between the image/phrase break down, but the whole poem still retains its connection. inter-text. Using and repeating…

Joshua Whitehead: Can You Be My Fulltime Daddy: White&Gold[Questionmark]

CAN YOU BE MY FULLTIME DADDY: WHITE&GOLD[QUESTIONMARK] : :: :: : : :::::: : : :: : : : :installingmusicsoftware: : :: :::: : : :: ::borntodierecordinstalled: :: : :…

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