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no thing: Haibun by Jim Kacian

17 Mar 2017, Posted by Editor in Poetry

Haibun by Jim Kacian no thing   is what it seems, all words are slightly wrong . . . a freeble silted stream melandering by the farm might be Borges’ unnamed river of croglodytes and immortunity . . . swimming it i’m gnared by camivorous…

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The Widening Spell: The Future of Poetry in the 21st Century

04 Dec 2016, Posted by Editor in Article

The Future of American Poetry in the Twenty-first Century: Trajectories of Content and Form* By Terry Lucas Speculating on where poetry is headed in the twenty-first century reminds me of the dilemma physicists face when attempting to measure sub-atomic particles. If one determines their speed,…

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Fiction of the Week: “Remembrance Day”

03 Dec 2016, Posted by Editor in Fiction

About the Author: W<J>P Newnham hitchhiked around Australia working as barman, bum and waiter; slaughter hand, deckhand and master, spending 25 years working in the Northern Prawn Fishery. He has travelled extensively in southeast Asia, the Americas and Japan and speaks market-place Indonesian with some…

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With the Speed of an Impulse: Parabolic Poem by Devon Balwit

03 Dec 2016, Posted by Editor in Poetry

About the Author: Devon Balwit is a poet and educator from Portland, Oregon. She has a chapbook, Forms Most Marvelous, forthcoming from dancing girl press (summer 2017). Her recent poems have appeared in numerous print/on-line journals, among them: Oyez, Red Paint Hill, The Ekphrastic Review,…

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Art credit for header image: “Making the Most of the Night” by Chris Rivera

 

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