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!.
Emily Sieu Liebowitz reviews Tongo Eisen-Martin’s latest collection of poems, Heaven is All Goodbyes.
Introducing: Book Album Book, a new column by Jeff T. Johnson that looks to read albums as cohesive works of literature. This week, Johnson kicks us off with an introduction to the series, followed by a study of Courtney Barnett’s Tell Me How You Really Feel.
“To One Who Governs the Pauses”: LM Rivera’s The Drunkards, or The Book of Years and the Radiant VoidJulia Madsen
“LM Rivera’s captivating debut collection, The Drunkards, or The Book of Years, presents ecstatic lyrical-philosophical excursions that simultaneously think, play, drink, and feel, inhabiting a fluid and open space where anything can happen and possibility is just within reach.” Julia Madsen reviews.