Jennifer McBain-Stephens ~ Three Poems

Field and Stream: Joan’s Mise-en-scene She was remembering that she was remembering… Stallions writhed in the Sully-sur-Loire muck Manes tangled up amongst legs and soap opera sighs Sunken curvatures, broken backs backed into themselves Joan pulls an arrow out of her own neck ties bloodlines eats grub infested porridge covers her face in mud Hundreds more »

Ali Znaidi ~ Six Poems

The Statutes Enfolding you in the mysticism of ancient epochs & current times, they talk vibrant history, either beautifully sculptured or amputated— [a good exercise in the historiography of resistance]. Don’t forget they tend to liken themselves to pieces of literature, too[eloquence w/out words]. They stretch out in museums’ halls [hallmark of pride]. I can more »

The Art of Poetry, with Julian Peters

In 2013, when Julian Peters, a comic book artist and illustrator living in Montreal, published the first nine pages of his yet unfinished visual adaptation of T.S. Eliots’s The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock on his website, poetry and art buffs all over the internet rejoiced at the lyrical and seemingly effortless quality of more »

Baudelaire: His Prose & Poetry 1919 Edition

Title: Baudelaire: His Prose and Poetry Author: Charles Baudelaire Contributor: Frank Pearce Sturm Editor: Thomas Robert Smith Release Date: October 3, 2014 [EBook #47032] Language: English BAUDELAIRE: HIS PROSE AND POETRY Edited by T. R. SMITH BONI AND LIVERIGHT PUBLISHERS NEW YORK 1919 [Pg vii] CONTENTS AVE ATQUE VALE. A Poem by A. C. Swinburne more »

Michael Farrell ~ Three Poems

The Concept Of The Queue As A Justification For Linearity Catching a bus offsets the cost of addiction. The Australian Stands at the front yet belongs at the back. Things Can be learned from browsing the fronts of books, but There’s no free ride when it comes to Reading Entering a bus in the middle’s more »