05/05/2011

“There Will Come Soft Rains” uses bird-songish rhyme to construct a study of human insignificance.

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05/05/2011

Poch’s poem is a room in a crumbling mansion.
On its frayed red rug the tongue quietly dances.

Read “The Tongue” >>


03/10/2011

Matt Ladd questions whether knowledge drives people apart, and then proves that yes, indeed, it does.

Read “Fountain of the Planet of the Apes” at Verse Daily >>


03/10/2011

Nancy Kuhl fishes a drowned woman from the Niagara Falls in a poem that mimes a slide-reel. Creepy, cold-hearted, brilliant. http://bit.ly/elNVDq


MORE REVIEWS:

03/10/2011
'Archival Footage #30: Niagara Falls', Chris Shannon


06/19/2011
'Lisa Fay Coutley, “View from the High Road”', Casey Thayer


06/30/2011
'Valerio Magrelli’s “I’ve often imagined gazes”', Chris Shannon


SOME POEMS:

01/25/2015
'Childhood Home', Stephanie Palumbo


10/26/2009
'Time Passing', Kate Angus


06/29/2011
'The Family Tree', Sam Vuchenich


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