Where inside the speaker does love poetry come from and what becomes of love when it can no longer be professed? Kent Shaw reviews the latest book of poetry from Joanna Klink.
“Paper comes from trees come from the earth comes from soil comes from the dead.” New fiction by Tristan Foster.
M. Ward’s latest album, More Rain, extends the haunted melancholy of his previous albums into a delicate, disorienting new territory. Max Winter reviews.
Juliet Escoria in conversation with Adam Gnade, whose new novella Locust House is out now from the publishing arm of San Diego’s seminal noise-punk/hardcore label Three One G.
“What we’ve done to each other, / we’ll never get out from under.” A new poem from Natalie Shapero, selected by summer poetry editor Lucy Tiven.
“I don’t think people realize that books are fake and you can do anything you want with a book.” Nicholas Rys goes deep in conversation with Scott McClanahan on the occasion of his latest projection, a collaborative graphic novel with Ricardo Cavolo about the life of cult songwriter Daniel Johnston.
“I was getting older and it scared me, not because I was going to die, but because I didn’t like looking back and seeing all the different lives I had lived.” New short fiction from André Babyn.
Fonograf Editions, a new imprint whose first release comes from Eileen Myles, is releasing poetry on vinyl and betting–like all of us–on Lewis Hyde.
Jaime Fountaine reports on a night with Iggy Pop, which leads to a reflection of self-editing, love, and freedom.
Wendy C. Ortiz
“when you throw love in the garbage / it’s different / than when you throw it under the bus” Three new poems by Wendy C. Ortiz, from summer poetry editor Lucy Tiven.