Issue #98 October 2019

Joel Sternfeld    from American Prospects

  • John Tipton reviews Carsten René Nielsen’s “Forty-one Objects”

    On Saturday, April 26, 1952, Ulrich Balslev contacted the Museum of Prehistory in Aarhus
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  • Daisy Fried: On Jesus, Uncertainty, Risk, and Imagination. Interview by Amanda Newell

    Daisy Fried: On Jesus, Uncertainty, Risk, and Imagination Interview by Amanda Newell   AN: On social media recently, you said…

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  • The Deposition

    I get to school early, take down the crucifix.
  • On Ross Gay’s Likely Dispassion

    When is dispassion in a poem more passionate than heat?
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  • Black Apples & Landing

    Dropping to the red earth, these, the night bearing
  • Grae, Starzinger & Brehm, et. al.

    Tanya Grae on “The Path of Non-Attachment”: A few months after Hurricane Andrew hit, some people began calling it Saint…

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  • After Callimachus

    Goddess of parturition, listen when Cleo
  • Fallow Ground & Geometries of Exile (or)

    your washboard hands
  • Borges at Dolphin Books: New Orleans, 1982

    He props his cane between Maps & True Crime,
  • Milk Ice

    Driving through fog and storm’s aftermath
  • Government Center

    Screeching right up to us through downtown Friday traffic.
  • The Path of Non-Attachment

    Andrew totaled my car, leveled the house,
  • mother of stains

    a mother made of three buttons from three different sweaters
  • The House

    With stained red awnings
  • My Obituary

    Will it merit a full column in The Post or The Times
  • I Decided to Weigh My Head

    Was it really as heavy as it felt?
  • Failure, an Update

    The question is how long will she sit there