I Explain a Few Things

She was born in a shithole country that was fighting for the sanctity of a wretched block of ice / She said my own country is the most foreign… More

Poems for My Friends

That you've found your name someplace / it doesn't belong, I regret with you. / The scope of gratitude expands so wide / to pre-empt future criticism, inclusive /… More

Lovingly, Father

From a bitter little drunk / came the magic / Thrice I absentmindedly played an album / to cry w/ Julio Jaramillo / + cranked the volume / that… More

Division Day

Division occurs when we exit with or / without intention one ruthless enclosure / for another. As when I exit your kitchen / every Sunday after you have painted… More

Three Poems by Zachary Pace

Thousands of trees—each an individual (also belonging / to a genus, family, order, class, division, kingdom)— / surrounded you & me earlier today as we discussed / the insidious,… More