Wednesday 21 February 2018

Roy Mash

Roy Mash

  CHEWING THE SCENERY   From the corner of my mouth     comes a dribble of cinematic blood. Tell Kathy … I...
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Stephanie Burt

Stephanie Burt’s Advice from the Lights | Friday Pick

Burt’s riddles are a clever solution to the problem of how to communicate specific personal experience in a way that maintains a modicum of the universal, a problem she has explored in her criticism.

Claudia F. Savage

Claudia F. Savage

Somehow we knew your granddaughter / would need calm. We named her for what carries on.

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Amy Katherine Cannon

if you have a favorite cup         remember it might be broken

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Garret Keizer

Life is not like Beckett. / Only Beckett is like Beckett.

Sunni Wilkinson

Sunni Brown Wilkinson

And at night in our bed / the bird of me returns // to the tree of you.

Rachel Custer

Rachel Custer’s The Temple She Became | Friday Pick

With its frequent themes of molestation and violence, The Temple She Became is not an easy book to read, but it is a beautiful book, a book that is deeply and disturbingly moving.

D. Eric Parkison

D. Eric Parkison

I fled the devil / Where he stood / Among the turning crows / Over the tired field.

Elizabeth Knapp

Elizabeth Knapp

In this life, I should have been most happy. Nary a care in the world, save for the constant pressure of having to marry the need for a mate with a tune.

Allison Paster-Torres

Allison Paster-Torres

Even when you think / you are touching someone / you never truly are

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