Poetry

4 Prose Poems by Paul Maziar

4 Prose Poems by Paul Maziar

by: Paul Maziar As perception plays tag with rumination and we find ourselves uncomfortably poised somewhere in the middle of that feedback loop, Paul Maziar’s…

Three Poems by David Perry

Three Poems by David Perry

by: David Perry (Header art by Monika Lin) David Perry is our charming guide to and through our current shared and fractured moment. Disjunctive and…

Three Poems by Kostas Anagnopoulos

by: Kostas Anagnopoulos Kostas Anagnopoulos’ three prose poems use dream logic and word play, but always for our own good. The diction here is calm, because…

A Letter to the Internet

by: Alan Fox and Chris Campanioni Across the Margin enlists two social media experts to analyze, in their own unique ways, how the Internet affects…

Two Poems by Kit Robinson

There is seemingly no object, image, or idea that couldn’t potentially work its way into a Kit Robinson poem. His work is oracular and quotidian,…

Three Poems by Michelle Chen

Three Poems by Michelle Chen

Words and photograph by: Michelle Chen Michelle Chen’s work invents a new way of speaking stark emotional truths. Her images and the music of her language…

Three Poems by Allison Cobb

Three Poems by Allison Cobb

by Allison Cobb Allison Cobb uses her own subjectivity to access the universal experience of not being from around here and yet recognizing this place…

Two Poems By Lewis Warsh

Two Poems By Lewis Warsh

Lewis Warsh’s poetic vision is just that: a deep seeing. He reports the details that make up the anxious dance of perception and interaction, and…

Sonnet CLV

Sonnet CLV

by: Leo Grant Across the Margin offers up an enchanting sonnet, a poem which speaks directly to the greatest of bards, William Shakespeare…1  Your verses, Shakespeare,…

Aaron Simon Part Two

Aaron Simon Part Two

by: Aaron Simon Like meditation, these final three poems by Aaron Simon bring our attention, again and again, to the moment just as it slips…

Aaron Simon Part One

Aaron Simon Part One

by: Aaron Simon How can language both ground us in our experience and shape how we reflect (on) our various meanings? What is or can…