'Tweaky Village' by Kevin Killian

Tweaky Village takes scrambled bits of pop culture, light, and color, and reassembles them into flickering lines that create, ultimately, a cohesive, captivating picture
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'Trespass' by Thomas Dooley

Dooley has a particular heartbreaking family story to relate, of children abused, of the traumatized adults who find themselves in closets both metaphorical and literal… read more

In Conversation: Christopher Gaskins and Robert Siek

In celebration of the one-year anniversary of the release of each of their first books of poetry, Christopher Gaskins and Robert Siek have a discussion about their collections, focusing on the themes and styles in their work…. read more

A Look at the Frank O’Hara Fire Island Pines Poetry Festival

“Before there was the Internet, there was Frank O’Hara. We’re just as a culture finally catching up to his manic speed and endlessly divisible attention span”

Event moderator Adam Fitzgerald on the Frank O’Hara Fire Island Pines Poetry Festival…. read more

'The Possibilities of Mud' by Joe Jiménez

The speaker in The Possibilities of Mud roots down and out in the Texas Gulf. He puts himself in league with the deer of the arroyos and the other animals in the world. “The cattle egret is a golden life as much as she is white”–each creature seems a lesson in how to let the… read more