Ales Debeljak

Richard Jackson | Between Two Worlds: Ales Debeljak’s Dialectic Vision

  It was the great Russian thinker, Alexander Herzen, who railed against the power of abstractions, of any of the isms in our lives, to...
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An Interview with Painter Daniel Barkley

Barkley's work repositions the figure, as seen in Roman and Christian mythology, somewhere between current conceptions of figuration in painting and photography, and a more personal and oftentimes autobiographical context.

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Mirka Szychowiak

I take a taxi back to earth, my tears dripping onto the upholstered seat. The driver turns around, worried.

Kamil Bouška

Kamil Bouska

You're coming and my fever rises. I've tasted this before. / I'll leap into the wafted air and go for blood.

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Vitezslav Nezval

On the beds/ Of a lantern-lit hospital/ A doctor/ Playing the flute/ Revives/ Dead tubercular women

Ak-Welsapar

Ak Welsapar

Ever since, the people on the coast were haunted by the fear that those uninvited guests would return someday, bearing not gifts, but weapons.

Meg Boyles

Meg Boyles

It is vaguely thrilling / being a part of a game with a stranger

R. Riekki

R. Riekki

I’m smelly— / brain full of spies, garlic in my asshole. I’m a cork, / a forty-foot pole. I’m a poet, which means I’m Spock / without the intelligence.

Marie Sizun

Marie Sizun

Silence again. The mother and child don’t look at each other, each lost in her own thoughts. They’re surrounded once again by the warmth of the kitchen, of their familiar world, where everything seems to be in its proper place...

Elizabeth Tannen

Elizabeth Tannen

The bartender / wears earrings and streams antique songs by David Bowie— / this week, David Bowie has died and we, the bereaved, are relieved / to soak in a sorrow that’s shared ...

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