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The Origins of My Reading Life

by Joe Weil Arts & Society
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I pass the cemetery in Elizabeth where all the revolutionary war heroes have a mixer with the homeless. I am vast. A book is under my coat. The stars are out.

Poem of the Week: Layli Long Soldier

by Bryan Bearhart Poems of the Week
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This

Great Table Manners!

by Jorge Rodriguez-Miralles Reviews & Interviews
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Tables proves a raw, every-which-way roaming collection, an enterprise in full creative recall and exposure.

Lists and Parataxis: A primer for those who want it

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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Whitman has more listings than an anal retentive suburbanite.

Poetry Comics! Alina Gregorian

by Bianca Stone Poetry Comics
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____________________________________________ Alina Gregorian‘s poems have been published in Sink Review, Boston Review, GlitterPony, and other journals. She curates a video poetry reading series at the Huffington Post, co-curates Triptych Readings, and co-edits the collaboration journal Bridge. She teaches creative writing at Rutgers University, and lives in Brooklyn, NY. She is here.

Poem of the Week: Natalie Diaz

by Bryan Bearhart Poems of the Week
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Ode to the Beloved’s Hips

Poem of the Week: Jay Thomas Bad Heart Bull

by Bryan Bearhart Poems of the Week
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The Smoke that Settles

Interview with Woody Brown [AUDIO]

by Nicholas Wilsey Reviews & Interviews

The Eggshell Parade brings you a reading and interview from writer Woody Brown. Woody reads his short fiction piece “Sillyhead,” which appears in issue 12.3 of DIAGRAM.

Poem of the Week: Jennifer Elise Foerster

by Bryan Bearhart Poems of the Week
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New Year’s in Corfu

Interview with Neil Shepard [AUDIO]

by Nicholas Wilsey Reviews & Interviews
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The Eggshell Parade brings you a reading and interview from poet Neil Shepard.

Poem of the Week: Ocean Vuong

by Roy Perez Poems of the Week

After Rapture I am found kneeling beneath the last _____blasted tree. Winter on my shoulders and a sparrow’s red skull lodged _____in my mouth. I have cut my hair to feed the fire. Remnants of a city _____dusting my lips. No nations left to die for or hide in. Only this voice— _____woven through the […]

Composition and Instinct: An Interview with Cesca Janece Waterfield

by Tracy Younblod Reviews & Interviews
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I try to rely on composition as much or more than instinct.

Mr Fucking Rocket tires of saving for a mortgage: Susan Bradley Smith

by Tamryn Bennett Red Room
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I thought things were wrong: it manifested in me buying and wearing Ulysses blue eyeshadow. It didn’t suit me. One day I stared into the mirror at the caked crystal of smudged me and said ‘You look like a whore’. I was cheap, cheeky, comehithersome—but clientless. Makeup remover in hand, I finally admitted that you […]

Poem of the Week: Oliver Bendorf

by Roy Perez Poems of the Week
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THE ICE

Review: Contrapuntal by Christopher Kondrich

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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Contrapuntal is not a book about diametrics, bipolarity, or extremes, but rather a sonic and sonorous exploration of the way music, sound, time, and relationships exist throughout the body, mind, and self.

Why Weirdness Can Be a Good Thing: the Aesthetic Satisfactions of a Compelling Strangeness

by Andrew Field Poetry and Poetics
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What is the difference between a poem we call mawkish, or overly sentimental, and a poem that carries the right amount of sentimentality and wit?

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