Part One

Sean Condron, Part One

by: Sean Condron The dizzying feeling that we are strange and unknowable to ourselves runs throughout Sean Condron’s poetry. These poems evoke a phantasmagoric nostalgia,…

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…

Hidden Secrets, Part One

by: Kaye Lynne Booth A two-part epic, where the difference between those who look out for themselves and those who think of others first becomes unmistakable……

Jen Coleman, Part One

by: Jen Coleman Jen Coleman’s poetry deploys a kind of tactical whimsy entreating us to honor all that we (should) hold dear: ourselves, our others,…

Perla, Part One

Perla, Part One

by: Chris Thompson People live, people love, people go…. Perla growled as I threw a handful of chicken scraps into her waterlogged pen. She was…