Issue #94 June 2019

Peter van Agtmael, “”Disco Night Sept. 11”.

  • Six Makeshift Trees Around My Bathtub

    Above our heads a vertical shadow
  • Joshua Corey reviews Amish Trivedi’s “Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed”

    E PLURIBUS UNUM Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed Amish Trivedi Shearsman Books $17 paperback, 84 pp. January 2019 Amish…

    Book Review
  • Excerpts from Little Goldie in America

    One more day, one more hour, play the good pig.
  • Amit Majmudar interviewed by Nancy Mitchell

      NM: In many of your online interviews, you’ve said something to the effect of when I want to tell…

    Featured Selection
  • Lehmann, Kenney, Withiam, et. al.

    Nin Andrews on ‘Soul Mate’: Years ago, I heard a speech by the late Tibetan lama, Gehlek Rimpoche (Allen Ginsberg’s…

    Issue #94 June 2019
  • “The Prose Poem and the Problem of Genre”

    When it comes to deciding on whether a work of short prose is a prose poem, a flash fiction,
    Issue #94 June 2019
  • Les Rochers de Belle-Ile [after the painting by Claude Monet]

    No beach here—just the sea
  • The Afterlife

    After life, pelicans glide above a shut- down bridge.
  • Madonna in Blue

    An aneurism in the sun, a gravity-wave.
  • Occupation

    As a peeper, some clear night, singing for a star,
  • Holiday Candle

    Thank you for your kind gift
  • Soul Mate

    When I was a girl, I had a dirty soul.
  • Barn Red

    Home alone, I swirl on scarlet lipstick and forget that I did,
  • Turd

    Twelve inches, specific as a nail,
  • Eight Poems

    An Amazon can be used for so much. The ashtray
  • Spit

    Some progress is anything but.
  • Electric Eyes of Night

    Three lanterns fill your window with deception.