Above and beyond. Smart, incisive mini-reviews by poet AARON TUCKER posted on their Instagram. Thanks, love!
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"the energy of [Lor's] lines derives from their lilting rhythm and the proximity of their dream-like, undefined images. They strike the ear as an otherworldly invocation." – Jeremy Luke Hill @thepuritan PRATHNA LOR 7, 2@knifeforkbook @TOWNthestore https://t.co/O5sg6LykHb pic.twitter.com/EgW7jxfcQS — wQr (@whatqueerreadn) May 24, 2019 "Caetano’s PLEASURE DOME POEMS is robust, full of energy and word […]
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KFB | REVIEW HOLCOCENE BEN MEYERSON KELSAY BOOKS, 2018. In Holcocene, Ben Meyerson finds an innovative way to step outside of himself, to look through a window at some of the things that define lyric poetry, and define what it is to be human. The ‘you’ and ‘I’ of his book are robots navigating a post-apocalyptic […]
KFB | REVIEW SINISTER QUEER AGENDA TRAVIS SHARP ABOVE/GROUND, 2018. I dream so much f body I run out of small strips of paper In a way I feel like I’ve known Travis Sharp for years. I ingest his new chapbook Sinister Queer Agenda and I sense a deep connection to his words, […]
What pulls She’s Having A Doris Day together is the sense of honesty about it all, the openness of voice and experience that weaves itself through the eight poems. What Kirby does with their work is important. The poems speak of how a search for personal identity is often fraught with challenges, but is just […]
KHASHAYAR MOHAMMADI’s 2018 PICKS 1. “Chlorosis” by Michael Flatt and Derrick Mund (The Operating System) As they describe the book themselves, “A break-up letter to the world.” The Echopoetics of “Chlorosis” forces us to face the bitter truths about our environment. through their rhetoric we sit down with 3D Glasses to watch nature crumble all […]