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Masses on Radar

By David O'Meara
Categories: Poetry

Words like radio waves, bouncing off the spectres of mortality, middle age, and the mundane.

Arriving at middle age was a decisive experience for David O’Meara, standing equidistant to the past and ...

Because The Sun

By Sarah Burgoyne
Categories: Poetry

Camus’s Meursault and Thelma and Louise meet up under the blazing sun.

Vexed by the ‘unremarkable star’ that ‘presses’ Camus’s Meursault to commit murder, Because the Sun considers the blazing ...

Entering Sappho

By Sarah Dowling
Categories: Poetry

An abandoned town named for the classical lesbian leads to questions about history and settlement.

Driving along the Pacific Coast Highway, you come to a road sign: Entering Sappho. Nothing remains of ...

Swivelmount

By Ken Babstock
Categories: Poetry

Poems to read in the small hours before dawn, when the sirens start up again.

Swivelmount’s concerns – the collapse of subject and world, eros and law, knowledge and bafflement – gain new urgency ...

Unsun

By Andrew Zawacki
Categories: Poetry

In his fifth poetry volume, American poet Andrew Zawacki expands his inquiry into the possibilities and dangers of a ‘global pastoral,’ exploring geographies alternately enhanced and flattened out ...

Cursed Objects

By Jason Christie
Categories: Poetry

What happens to identity when we're obsessed with self-surveillance and devalued words? Now that we've sold ourselves to ourselves, shuffling letters and sounds around to hide the pain, how do we represent ...

Mad Long Emotion

By Ben Ladouceur
Categories: Poetry

Desire and dieffenbachias: new poems from the award-winning author of Otter .
Mad Long Emotion wants to talk flora to fauna like you. Loosestrife shoos away humans and green carnations flirt with handsome ...

Midday at the Super-Kamiokande

By Matthew Tierney
Categories: Poetry

Midday at the Super-Kamiokande is part existentialist cry, part close encounters of the other kind. Think Kierkegaard in a spacesuit, Kubrik in a Left Bank café.
Like the neutrino observatory of its ...

Obits.

By Tess Liem
Categories: Poetry

Can poems mourn the unmourned?
In Obits. a speaker tries and fails to write obituaries for those whose memorials are missing, those who are represented only as statistics. She considers victims of mass ...

Cheer Up, Jay Ritchie

By Jay Ritchie
Categories: Poetry

Ritchie discovers and obstructs truths, like the difficulty of being at the bar and being a lilac bush simultaneously.

I bought tear-resistant pants
just in case

I'm not

a good guy underneath it all,
being ...