“Tch-aron, Kh-aron, Sh-aron, spelled with a Ch- (like the largest of the five known moons of the dwarf planet Pluto, like the underworld ferryman of ancient Greek myth): I never knew how exactly to pronounce the name of the self-professed self-help guru I worked for, the year after I graduated from college.” New fiction by Alyssa Proujansky.
Catherine Bresner opens up in conversation with Jason Teal about the process of combining collage with poetry to create the “poetry comics” of her book, the empty season, spanning haunting public domain images and immersive collage works harmonized to summon powers of body horror and feminism.
The unreal melds with the real in Bud Smith’s new collection of short fiction, Double Bird. Josh Denslow reviews.
Lauren Ireland in conversation with Jon-Michael Frank about devastation, crystals, death, and her third book of poems, Feelings.
“Encountering SHADOWED! for me was very much this feeling—of how to navigate, moment by moment, the real kernel of a passed thing.” The duende of Ellen Rothenberg’s 2015 solo exhibition, elsetime, and the 2018 book that examines it, Green Lantern Press’s SHADOWED!.