Poems written during experimental hermitism.
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Tray Drumhann is an artist, photographer and poet whose work has appeared in such publications as VLAK; The Round: A Literary Journal Based At Brown University; 3:AM Magazine; Ars Medica: A Journal of Medicine, the Arts and Humanities; Rune: The MIT Journal of Arts and Letters; Western Humanities Review; Rampike; and Surgam: The Literary Magazine… Read more »
“Flights of Gravity”, originally intended to be a section of a senior project at Bard College, is now an autonomous selection of nine line poem “flights” closed off by two longer counterparts. They will continue to live, hover, and dive as they must.
GraceHoles starts from the premise that dialectic is at the core of what makes us human and that experiences of pleasure, god and form are essential manifestations of that humanity. Each poem seeks to juxtapose, contrast, challenge and submit to this notion and define these terms. GraceHoles is a work in progress.
austin islam has been doing things for twenty-two years in the dallas/fort worth metroplex. his writing has been featured in many online publications including shabby doll house, have u seen my whale, and moire mag. past, current, and future projects include: slamdance xxxx [a small zine press], @spacedads [a curated poetry reading livestream], and partyin like texas… Read more »
108 poems from 108 tweets generated by the members of Charles Bernstein’s English 111 class, Spring 2014.
poem o poem. write poem. food instead of words or vomit instead of write.
Rachel Valinsky is an independent curator and researcher based in Brooklyn, New York. From 2010-2012, she directed programming at the project space, Postcrypt Art Gallery, in Morningside Heights. She has curated several group shows, including Go on Remained at Jenkins Johnson Gallery. She works at Lisa Cooley, New York, and is the assistant director at… Read more »
Wirds iri, bi thiir viri nitiri, issintiilli piwirliss ti ixpriss inithing it ill.
THE LETTER Z IS COLLAPSIBLE BUT NOT TRANSPARENT.