November 30, 2017
A NIGHT SO BEAUTIFUL WE HAD TO BURN DOWN THE SENATOR’S HOUSE #43 A night that will not end fears only one thing. A NIGHT SO BEAUTIFUL WE...
Poetry
October 18, 2017
THE THERE THERE Rain plumps the country up, and the country was plenty plump enough, a big country with its big yellow mouth of an...
Reviews
September 29, 2017
Every morning on my walk to work, I lift my eyes at the top of a long, sloping hill, and check the flagpole. Since I got back to work this...
Reviews
August 9, 2017
On the cover of The Poems of Kim Yideum, Kim Haengsook, and Kim Min Jeong —new writing by Korean women poets from Vagabond Press’s Asia...
Poetry
May 30, 2017
Erzulie Dantor During the night we rode through town on scooters. Down the alleys, it’s like a carpenter’s yard after a bomb has exploded...
Poetry
April 19, 2017
Remember the Name My name is a refugee From Haifa, Acre, and Jaffa, But I have no idea What these places are like. My grandparents told me...
Poetry
March 6, 2017
Night Walk Beneath the cotton-candy pink in the plume of a tire fire, one man’s beard is peeling off. One looks like a clown, leans on a...
Poetry
January 4, 2017
Chicken mnemonics The old man squats through unhung chimney Bellows out a copper cloud it chokes up the stench From the neighbor’s farm In...
Poetry
December 13, 2016
Under Siege by Mahmoud Darwish Autoplay next video Here on the slopes of hills, facing the dusk and the cannon of time Close to the gardens...