'I DON'T WANT ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE INTERNET' by Sophia Le Fraga

There’s a line in the fifth poem of Sophia Le Fraga’s new chapbook I DON’T WANT ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE INTERNET (Keep This Bag Away From Children) that can be interpreted not just as a command to her reader, but as a mission statement for the project: “save yourself on a computer/ and zoom… read more

Sophia Le Fraga, "one-way glass"

This week, a poem from Sophia Le Fraga. Le Fraga takes Adrienne Rich at her word and “diagram[s] the sentence”.

Le Fraga finished her B.A. in Linguistics and Poetry at New York University. Her work has appeared in Yes PoetryQuantum Poetry; Paperblög; A Clean, Well-Lighted Place; The Copperfield Review; The Broome Street Review and Lemon Hound; and was exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, the Corcoran Gallery, and in 2011, throughout Berlin. A book of erasures, Song of Me and Myself, is forthcoming…. read more