Dense Text I It only looks hard. I could imagine you not jumping; it would look even easier. The edge… Read more “It only looks hard” – Three Poems by Trish Lindsey Jaggers
Three poems by Gary Glauber.
Poet Winston Derden on the contradictions of America.
Reid Mitchell follows Langston Hughes in China.
R.T. Castleberry explores the pain and beauty of work.
Jedediah Purdy writes a poetic-prophecy about a certain rough beast with a ginger bouffant.
ABOVE THE WINTER ROCK I work in diagonals, in tangents of mud track and Ursa Minor. Trained as… Read more A Narrow Trail and Two Other Poems – RT Castleberry
On the BQE He accepted deposits of Rolls of pennies From little old ladies Cashed checks In twenties “Please” And… Read more On the BQE and Another Poem – Adam Breier
December is the weird-ass month, raising Daffodils from dozing land, mixing Hallmark cards and bafflement, mudding Up our seasons with… Read more Poems of the Climate, I (after Eliot’s Waste Land, of course) – Jedediah Purdy
DESERT EXPLANATIONS Life is nothing but a competition to be the criminal rather than the victim. ― Bertrand Russell… Read more Desert Explanations, and Other Poems – R.T. Castleberry