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New Theatre

By Susan Steudel
Categories: Poetry

New Theatre stages a lively foray into spaces geographical and utopian that calls into question the process and nature of meaning. Steudel’s coolly cerebral ‘Birch’ sequence about Vladimir Ilyich ...

Needs Improvement

By Jon Paul Fiorentino
Categories: Poetry

Whether misreading sixth?grade pedagogical materials or offering visual schematics for reading Michel Foucault and Judith Butler, Jon Paul Fiorentino'?s sixth poetry collection asks us to reconsider our ...

Of the Subcontract

By Nick Thurston
Categories: Poetry

Of the Subcontract is a collection of poems about computational capitalism, each of which was written by an underpaid worker subcontracted through Amazon.com’s Mechanical Turk service. The collection ...

Otter

By Ben Ladouceur
Categories: Poetry

His body, like yours, would lie
mute as a plum
until a vigilant limb came
to a decision. As you might have guessed
I've come to one myself.

Moving from the absurdity of the First World War to the chaos of ...

On Malice

By Ken Babstock
Categories: Poetry

The fairground screamed. The mountains
and valley were gone. The fire was gone
too. The hanging ‘because’

 

was gone too. The men were away
and my heart already dead
and the fairground monkey dead ...

Portable Altamont

By Brian Joseph Davis
Categories: Poetry

Deliciously wicked satires about local and international celebrities, the poems in Portable Altamont evince an irrepressible grasp of the zeitgeist, its machinations and manipulations, its possibilities ...

pppeeeaaaccceee

By Darren O'Donnell
Categories: Drama

pppeeeaaaccceee, is a vast, imaginative and mesmerizing glide through Life and Power. The play is set in Ephemeral; three people firmly floating chat - in O'Donnell's inimitable rapid-fire style - about ...

Pulpy and Midge

By Jessica Westhead
Categories: Fiction

Brian Lembeck – ‘Pulpy’ – takes life slow and steady. He likes his office job, and he likes his gentle, figurine-collecting boss, Al. He even likes the bitter receptionist, though he’s the only ...

Porcupinity of the Stars, The

By Gary Barwin
Categories: Poetry

Poet and musician Gary Barwin both continues and extends the alchemical collision of language, imaginative flight and quiet beauty that have made him unique among contemporary poets. As the Utne Reader ...

Pillow

By Andrew Battershill
Categories: Fiction

Most of the things Pillow really liked to do were obviously morally wrong. He wasn't an idiot; clearly it was wrong to punch people in the face for money. But there had been an art to it, and it had been ...