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Poetry

Poetry Staff Feature: October 2020

By Nathaniel Rosenthalis

from The Autobiography of Jean Foos

By Jessica Grim and Melanie Neilson

Poetry Staff Feature: September 2020

By Lauren Hilger

Four Poems

By Erika Martínez

Fiction

The Network

By David Olsson

Bees in the Wall

By C. R. Resetarits

Fiction Staff Feature: October 2020

By David Hansen

Fiction Staff Feature: September 2020

By Andrew Joseph Kane

Reviews

Andrew Durbin, Skyland

Reviewed by Quinn Roberts

Anja Kampmann, High as the Waters Rise

Reviewed by Fiona Bell

In Darkest Capital: The Collected Poems of Drew Milne

Reviewed by Marjorie Welish

Srikanth Reddy, Underworld Lit

Reviewed by Tim DeMay

Commentary

In Memoriam: Diane di Prima (1934–2020)

Who is “Inconspicuous Woman”? On reading, solitude and the space between two

By Eliza Robertson

All That Is Solid Melts Into Smoke

By Adam Fales

My Father’s Only Son

By Dawn Lundy Martin

Chicago

Ligia Lewis, Water Will (in Melody)

Reviewed by Clara Nizard

Simon Balto, Occupied Territory: Policing Black Chicago from Red Summer to Black Power

Reviewed by Corbin Page

Experience Report: The Filling Station

By Brendan White

Mika Rottenberg, Easypieces

Reviewed by Lily Scherlis

From the archives

From "THE GRAVE IS" by A.R. Ammons

"The grave is

confining

but not

     when you consider how much

     room you need to work in

     there"

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