“The thought of / the dying world makes me feel less sad than really / lazy.”: a new long poem by Brandon Brown, selected by Summer poetry editor Cassandra Troyan.
Lucy Tiven takes an eye to Hardcore Zen, a documentary by Pirooz Kalayah exploring the intersection between Buddhism and punk.
Do not adjust your browser. Vyshali Manivannan’s code-laced manifesto might be unlike anything you’ve ever read.
Chelsea Hodson’s chapbook essay unpacks the effect of the male gaze on the female body. Alexandra Wuest reviews.
Sasha Fletcher stops by to review Under The Skin and talks eating cake, kerosene, and aliens.
“In sound and silence I can see, see the theatricality of your quotidian body”: poems of performative pleasure from Rachel Ellison selected by summer poetry editor Cassandra Troyan.
Do you read Thomas Piketty? Didn’t think so. Mark Baumer didn’t really either, but gleans all we need to know about Capital from the first three pages of the book.
Privacy, witchery, and madness sprawl from Jennifer Calkins’s lyric mediation on the lurking presence of the crow.
Hannah Gamble reads Ikkyū and Brandon Brown in attempting to wrestle with the nature of comfort.
Body Map is a series that invites authors to write about the body. In this edition, Jamie Iredell discusses what fish hear, middle ear bones, and Top Gun.