Monthly Archives: April 2011

FRIDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: DANIEL KHALASTCHI

I Think Maybe I Am Decomposing by Daniel Khalastchi I think maybe I am decomposing: It is Friday. I am sitting at a desk typing a letter to a friend who, in her great causation, has accused me of some … Continue reading

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Book Review

Sloth by Mark Goldblatt (Greenpoint Press, 2010) reviewed by Duff Brenna Air the color of khaki, soot on windows prismed with sunlight, neon-skewed dust, the smell of engine fluid and pralines, steam rising from the hood of a truck, a … Continue reading

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Hopeful Mushroom or Lonely Arugula?

©MAYA HAYUK, Mushrooms 1 – 6, 2009  http://mayahayuk.com/ One of the first things I do every day is delete stuff out of my email inbox: heartlessly I trash LAST CHANCE TO SAVE POLAR BEARS along with many other invited entreaties … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: RUMJHUM BISWAS

MARCH by Rumjhum Biswas This is not the season to be alone. Elements in the air react against skin and heart. Those soft inner parts that you hid all winter. It is dangerous to be alone in March. You can … Continue reading

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FRIDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: EMILY KENDAL FREY

from SORROW ARROW by Emily Kendal Frey Some poets got married 20 hours after meeting “Beauty will be convulsive or it will not be at all” he said I should have taken you out to sea like Blackbeard Let’s walk … Continue reading

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