Reviews

We Are Appalachia

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“I am Appalachia… How can you find rapport with me— You, who never stood in the bowels of hell, Never felt a mountain shake…

The Human Impossibility

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Content warning: suicide In inventive narratives reminiscent of Russell Edson’s work, in Blue Whale Phenomena, Steve Castro contemplates questions of life and death, order...

We Is

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CAUSE WE IS LANGUAGE AND WE IS WORD To talk about the poems in Sami Miranda’s We Is is to talk about a poetry...

Truth or Play

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It’s sometimes true that poets who write with more abstraction, or at least with a greater theoretical bent, get charged with solipsism, with being…

God Is The Apple

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How is it possible to write the end of the world? But even this question already reveals an anthropocentric bias. The world, after all,...

Two Poems

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Table, 2 After Milosz An empty table, an empty tavern, that image haunts her departure. Everything else is cheap silverware, finger-marked wine stems. Like…