“I see a boundless suspicionless mass surveillance apparatus / and I can see you see the same”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by Paul Longo.
Six poems of death, sex, and dreaming computers by Daniel Beauregard.
“A map is obsolete the day you make it.” Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by Rachel Springer.
K. Silem Mohammad
“I am still in awe of this device.” New poetry from K. Silem Mohammad, the first of a Pacific NW themed curation by Fall poetry editor Donald Dunbar.
“i am not the same as the enemy though i spent tuesday cooperating with monstrosity” The monstrosity of healing in the lumbar burlesque with Coda Wei, part of Cassandra Troyan’s summer poetry curation.
“Distill that into / what is a woman and / what is it to be one / you say you met one / walking down the Via / Negativa or did you / just pass her, a lone / wolf perhaps out to / bring down the church?” Incantations of spiritual queenship from Zoe Tuck’s “Summer Arcana”, selected as part of Cassandra Troyan’s summer poetry curation.
“The ocean was a cryogenic room, a place for hovering near death”: a beautiful new long work by Oki Sogumi, selected by Summer poetry editor, Cassandra Troyan.
Jennifer Tamayo takes her black eraser to Carl Andre in a new visual poem, selected by Summer poetry editor Cassandra Troyan.
“One thing fattens as another lies prone for feeding.”: a new poem from Rob Halpern, selected by Summer poetry editor Cassandra Troyan.
“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.