Monthly Archives: September 2011

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: JILLIAN WEISE

HERE IS THE ANGER ANDREW ASKED FOR* by Jillian Weise when he gave me the latest issue of P-Queue. “I want the poems where you’re angry,” he said. I read the magazine and I can tell I’m not his type. … Continue reading

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Removed from Society: The Prison System and the Geography of Nowhere

Removed from Society: The Prison System and the Geography of Nowhere by Chase Dimock   As the threat of Hurricane Irene loomed off the eastern coast last week, it was discovered mere hours before its arrival in New York that … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: EDGAR RINCÓN LUNA

THE ENCLOSURE By Edgar Rincón Luna Translation by Anthony Seidman At a certain moment after having left home you thought that you had forgotten something an object something uncertain and that it was necessary to turn back Once in particular … Continue reading

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ART

Photograph of Keegan McHargue, 2011, by Graeme Mitchell. KEEGAN MCHARGUE, THE PERIPATETIC ARTIST RETURNS TO S.F. by Matt Gonzalez By the age of 21, Keegan Mchargue was already being feted as an important emerging artist to watch. Debut solo shows … Continue reading

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