Poetry

Two Poems by Jon Whitbread

Poems and sculpture by: Jon Whitbread Without denying the validity and necessity of our most pressing philosophical and spiritual concerns, in these two poems poet and…

Four Poems by Lorraine Lupo

by: Lorraine Lupo These four poems by Lorraine Lupo — two prose poems, two with line breaks — are celebratory elegies for a world that flares…

Four Poems by Nicole Callihan

by: Nicole Callihan In these gnomic, dream-like poems, Nicole Callihan offers a constellation of self, landscape, and language, all of which interpenetrate each other, offering…

Two Poems by Chris Stroffolino

by: Chris Stroffolino At the heart of these two-column poems is a sense of universal dislocation and a shared unknowability. They touch on love, sex,…

Two Poems by Rodger Kamenetz

by: Rodger Kamenetz These prose poems by Rodger Kamenetz consider moments of empty epiphany which, though full of rich perception, fail to convey a larger sense…

Two Poems by Anton Yakovlev

by: Anton Yakovlev In these poems by Anton Yakovlev, the gods are among us but offer nothing by way of guidance. We still get lost in the…

Three Poems by Robert Ford

by: Robert Ford In these ekphrastic poems by Robert Ford, perception is a type of communion, a transfigured merging of the subject and object into…

Two Poems by J. Marcus Weekley

by: J. Marcus Weekley In J. Marcus Weekley’s two poems, rumination and sudden insight crash into one another as they flare and fade, line by…

Two Poems by Rizwan Akhtar

by: Rizwan Akhtar Rizwan Akhtar’s poetry celebrates and laments a broken world in equal measure. Never letting the reader forget that to read a poem…