Poetry

Ann Stephenson, Part 1

Ann Stephenson, Part 1

by: Ann Stephenson Ann Stephenson writes elegies to a world that continues to slip away from her and from us. The Police sang “When the…

Two Poems by Jon Whitbread

Two Poems by Jon Whitbread

Poems and featured artwork by: Jon Whitbread U.K. poet Jon Whitbread’s two poems burst with the complicated music of experience and reflection. In a meditation on…

A Poem by Stephen Mead

A Poem by Stephen Mead

by: Stephen Mead Stephen Mead’s poem uses a Georgia O’Keefe painting as the occasion for full blown meditation on how landscape can reveal the transcendent…

Two Poems by Ian Brand

Two Poems by Ian Brand

by: Ian Brand Ian Brand’s poetry unfolds in dream-space of surreal collision, where our universal longing for time and connection become an ocean of  “unhousable…

Cole Heinowitz, Part 2

Cole Heinowitz, Part 2

by: Cole Heinowitz1 Cole Heinowitz’s poetry performs a necessary alchemy. Forget iron to gold, her work is concerned with the transformation of ourselves into language and…

Cole Heinowitz, Part 1

Cole Heinowitz, Part 1

by: Cole Heinowitz1 Cole Heinowitz’s poetry performs a necessary alchemy. Forget iron to gold, her work is concerned with the transformation of ourselves into language and…

Three Poems by Tom W. Lewis

Three Poems by Tom W. Lewis

by: Tom W. Lewis Tom Lewis’ three poems are wide-ranging in content and style. What unites them is their ability to unsettle. Something’s wrong, but…

A Poem by Alan Bernheimer

A Poem by Alan Bernheimer

by: Alan Bernheimer1 The key to Alan Bernheimer’s “Ipsatude” is found in the first stanza “Everyone’s secret life/ Inside head fake/ Get out more.” The poet’s…

Three Poems by Chris Stroffolino

Three Poems by Chris Stroffolino

by: Chris Stroffolino There is subtle magic in Chris Stroffolino’s sonnets. While the music of his language instantly engages the ear and tongue, his poetic sleight…