Category Review

“Called into a poetic body” : A Review of Sara Larsen’s ALL REVOLUTIONS WILL BE FABULOUS

by Cosmo Spinosa The state of poetry today necessitates that most poets must engage in labor that in no way coincides with their identities as poets. With the rise of MFA programs, small presses, and poetry venues outside of the university, poets who work inside of the university are few and far between, their positions […]

“NUNC STANS” : A REVIEW OF PAUL EBENKAMP’S THE LOUDER THE ROOM THE DARKER THE SCREEN

by Alana Siegel Strum, sun, late light streams, lines the wind… I give the door a swing, away from the kitchen—my eyes parachute, become the view out from the porch—widening, rising, horizontally settling, embraced by the ripeness of blue. I close my eyes—the full warmth of summer pours down through my body—skeletal, graceful, dumb… Paul […]