Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with three new very short poems by Joseph Mains.
Andrew Duncan Worthington
Andrew Worthington talks with Mallory Whitten about PTSD, depression, art, and her new book, Collected Stories and Poems.
Sex and arson fold over on memory in a new short fiction by Fiona Helmsley. Art by Danny Jock.
Mallory Whitten’s debut collection gathers a wide range of styles into a coherent, surprising whole. Zach Schwartz reviews.
Jeff Alessandrelli digs into Portland’s literary scene, finding both a lack worth paying attention to and a sufficiency to make flyover states jealous.
“Aisle 12 remains unbroken / Aisle 13 oxycodone”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by John Beer.
Composed over 34 years, Wong May’s latest collection harbors a mutative introspection on violence, art, America. Paul Cunningham reviews.
Leslie Burnette offers two fictions dissecting the fucking of other women, potato chips, and dream kidnappings.
Lydia Millet’s latest extends a long track record of fearless, unnerving fiction. Stacey Levine reviews.
Sarah Rose Etter
The frontman of Nothing shares his views on literature, existentialism, Charles Bukowski, and hating Ayn Rand in this interview.