This installment of the PEN Poetry Series, selected by Ana Božičević and Amy King, features an excerpt from Kim Rosenfield’s Lividity, which was recently published by Les Figues Press. from Lividity In… More

A Few Ideas from My Black Box

A Few Ideas from My Black BoxOrange crush. No, blue field.Wait, green ember. Maybe red beam.In-any-case yellow. Possibly,Netherworld gray. Quivering purple?Skylark white. Taking out the trashbeneath a shuddering sadness… More

Ari Banias: Two Poems

And soon it will rain, and we / will be down in the grass again. / A blade of grass gets thirsty; / it’s nice to think we could… More


Intimator, I haven’t you, I have saved / us from Spokane and Reno, back of the bare / ocean, the wherewithal behind all the, / and the midway, which… More

Aufgabe: Salvadoran Poetry Feature

Here in this silence that gives cathedrals no solace / resplendent machetes that bore no bitterness transit still / ring. / How many of our priests warned of… More

Little Lady of My Heart

Shoe polish before / News from home / Up to the drawn- / In knee where your / Eye socket trusts / Off-shade / On purpose, don’t / They… More