Poetry

Two Poems by Jeremy Hoevenaar

by: Jeremy Hoevenaar In Jeremy Hoevenaar’s poetry our real, visceral life always exceeds our ability to fully cognize it. Even our most personal experiences and…

Mourners by Eléna Rivera

by: Eléna Rivera In these poems, Eléna Rivera takes the viewing of medieval tomb sculptures as an occasion for reflection on the ways we can get…

Three Poems by Dan Raphael

by: Dan Raphael These poems by Dan Raphael explore the dearth we can’t help but feel amid overwhelming abundance, the gnawing sense of being incomplete,…

Three Poems by Jonathan Dubow

by: Jonathan Dubow Jonathan Dubow’s poems are about “passing through” the American landscape with such attentiveness that we are forever marked by the complicated beauty…

Four Poems by Jean Day

by: Jean Day Jean Day‘s poems are terse, polished fragments of mordant humor and critical observation. Taking on both the larger culture and the poet’s…

Three Poems by Julia Edwards

by: Julia Edwards In Julia Edwards’ poems, to construct self the poet rehearses the past, taking meaning from memory: “At 27 I am still 7…

Three Poems by Jon Whitbread

Poems and fetured artwork by: Jon Whitbread These poems by Jon Whitbread explore our shared sense of rootlessness and disconnection. Amid shifting perspectives we ask…

David Perry, Part Two

by: David Perry David Perry’s poems are charged, feverish meditations written in the wave/particle light of our current digitized reality. Memory and language, both personal…

David Perry, Part One

by: David Perry David Perry’s poems are charged, feverish meditations written in the wave/particle light of our current digitized reality. Memory and language, both personal…

Paul Maziar, Part Two

by: Paul Maziar Elevating disjunctive play to the level of jagged music, inviting us to jam along, Paul Maziar’s poetry “[l]ooks nothing like a celebration/ But…

Paul Maziar, Part One

by: Paul Maziar Paul Maziar’s poems are exercises in shambolic precision and grace, paeans to the certainty of awe and surprise. Their twists and turns urge us…