Miklós Vámos

Miklós Vámos

It drifted along the side of the building, higher and higher, seemingly aiming to land on the flat rooftop, but then it suddenly slowed down, and plummeted onto the tiles of the balcony upside down, as though it were a dead bird.

Paul Hostovsky: Pitching for the Apostates | Book Review

Paul Hostovsky: Pitching for the Apostates | Book Review

Hostovsky’s fondness for words and keen ear for spoken language benefit his writing: he can record and create dialogue in a brilliant and natural way. In this respect, he has more in common with short-story writers than with most contemporary poets, who tend to avoid direct speech.

Paul Hostovsky

Paul Hostovsky

Nobody wants to hear a white guy going on about / the black people he has known, especially not / a white guy who hasn’t known many black people

Liam Conway

Liam Conway

I am here, watching on TV the President and Vice President of the United States of America run on a hamster wheel.

Interview with Artist Anna Hawkins

Interview with Artist Anna Hawkins

Anna Hawkins is an artist who works primarily in moving image and installation with an interest in the ways that images, gestures and language are circulated and transformed online and the impacts of technology on the intimate spheres of daily life.

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Tony Gloeggler

I’m five years old / again, refusing to wear Bermuda / shorts, begging mom to buy only / long pants, long enough to hide / my iron brace

Francesca Bell

Role play is harder / alone in the hotel room, / it being more difficult / to suspend disbelief / single-handedly.

Paul Hostovsky

Nobody wants to hear a white guy going on about / the black people he has known, especially not / a white guy who hasn’t

Francesca Bell

Role play is harder / alone in the hotel room, / it being more difficult / to suspend disbelief / single-handedly.

Justin Andrew Cruzana

And because I was not good, I did not step inside / the ark. The flood came and went and my body, // in rebuke

Miklós Vámos

It drifted along the side of the building, higher and higher, seemingly aiming to land on the flat rooftop, but then it suddenly slowed down,

Liam Conway

I am here, watching on TV the President and Vice President of the United States of America run on a hamster wheel.

Andi Myles

Philosophy of Life 101
Summer 1985

Exams are due by 1 pm Thursday, February 17, 2067.

Michael Hardin

I have never had a particularly good imagination. Really, it’s kind of dire. It irritates my wife that I can’t imagine a future. I’m not

Diane Simmons

Diane Simmons

There must be thousands of us non-Southerners with similar secret histories, people who profited from the crime of slavery and continue to do so.

Paul Hostovsky: Pitching for the Apostates | Book Review

Hostovsky’s fondness for words and keen ear for spoken language benefit his writing: he can record and create dialogue in a brilliant and natural way. In this respect, he has more in common with short-story writers than with most contemporary poets, who tend to avoid direct speech.

Interview with Artist Anna Hawkins

Anna Hawkins is an artist who works primarily in moving image and installation with an interest in the ways that images, gestures and language are circulated and transformed online and the impacts of technology on the intimate spheres of daily life.

Interview with Artist Johanna Strobel

Weaving together disparate references spanning across histories and geographies, German interdisciplinary artist Johanna Strobel explores the entanglement between philosophy, semiotics, and actuality.

Interview with Artist Padma Rajendran

Padma Rajendran’s works on fabric experiment with the clash and combination of patterning and storytelling. She received her MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and teaches drawing at Vassar College.

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