RESULTS FOR poetry
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EXIT HEALTH, EXIT HUMOR

Jane Wong

10.24.14

“We both know a field covered / in paint is not right.” Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by Jane Wong.

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Procrastination Contest

Paul Longo

10.17.14

“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.

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Six Poems

Daniel Beauregard

10.15.14

Six poems of death, sex, and dreaming computers by Daniel Beauregard.

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How They Met

Rachel Springer

10.10.14

“A map is obsolete the day you make it.”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.

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Still in Modesto

K. Silem Mohammad

10.03.14

“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.

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ALL POWER TO THE MENTAL ILLNESS INTROVRT GRLS

Coda Wei

09.26.14

“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.

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Summer Arcana

Zoe Tuck

09.19.14

“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.

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The Gooey

Oki Sogumi

09.12.14

“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.

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“SOMEHOW GONE OUT THE WINDOW” Erasures for Carl Andre on the Anniversary of Ana Mendieta’s Death

Jennifer Tamayo

09.05.14

Jennifer Tamayo takes her black eraser to Carl Andre in a new visual poem, selected by Summer poetry editor Cassandra Troyan.

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AN ESSAY ON THE SIEGE

Rob Halpern

08.29.14

“One thing fattens as another lies prone for feeding.”: a new poem from Rob Halpern, selected by Summer poetry editor Cassandra Troyan.