Issue #123 November 2021

Thierry Manon, Tableau Vivant, 2007

  • Kasey Jueds’s “The Thicket” reviewed by Jane Zwart

    “The thicket / swells with secrets,” Kasey Jueds writes in the poem “Unbidden,”
    Book Review
  • Buckley, Ramspeck, Johnson, et. al.

    Christopher Buckley on “Existential” and “Refugee”:   Both of these poems are from a new book, The Consolations of Science…

    Editors Note
  • Nail tr. by Anita Gopalan

    A piece of heart that doesn’t pain on breaking
  • On Peach State and crafting “the raw materials of circumstance”: An interview with poet Adrienne Su by Mihaela Moscaliuc

    On Peach State and crafting “the raw materials of circumstance”: An interview with poet Adrienne Su   Adrienne Su is…

    Featured Selection
  • Refugee & Existential

    I read the Spanish for any clue,
  • Major Brands…

    Cloth covers a woman’s face so we
  • Reading Julio Cortázar after turning 70

    Years ago, there was your story about a man named John Howell.
  • Acne

    And I’d see it that way, the word, all
  • Mommie

    After I’m dead, will the world will remember me
  • Bee Line

    Maybe the crow flies
  • What If a House Could Draw its Own Blueprints? and The Decision

    The house grows wild, floats
  • Paying a Blind Man to Wash and Wax My Car

    Maybe they’re right, friends who mock me,
  • the midwest sheds its skin

    & leaves it clinging to a fence post
  • Sources And Outcomes & Through The Hospital Corridor

    Too many moons crossing in solitude
  • Pomade

    It has been so long since anyone has touched it
  • Beipei, Low Water, Winter 1985

    Li Ping is peeling
  • “Truscon, A Division of Republic Steel, 1969-70: A Prose-Poem Sequence Disguised as a Lyrical Essay, Itself Aspiring to Be a Fictional Memoir” by Peter Johnson

    Peter Johnson’s essay, “Truscon, A Division of Republic Steel, 1969-70: A Prose Poem Sequence Disguised as a Lyrical Essay, Itself…

    Issue #123 November 2021