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Four poems by Luca Visentini, translated from the Italian by Natasha Senjanović

The Queen From the wreckage of the last war an ancient queen appeared before me wrapped in her fragrant shawl an infant magician in hand The queen slid through the … Continue reading

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Five poems by Robert Margolis

Myopia When the two boys dragged danny posner naked out of the cabin onto and past a gravel walkway toward a grassy area so that the three girls walking along … Continue reading

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A conversation with artist Jason Wallengren

Nick Benson – I’ve been going through the work on your website. I am somewhat arbitrarily beginning with ‘Souvenir Drawings’ (2007), but maybe not so arbitrarily, as it may be the … Continue reading

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Five poems by Mebane Robertson

The Day Mostly It turns its back on you in your haste For the thoughtlessness of giving themes Gathered from impersonal histories of suffering. Let’s try to make it cut … Continue reading

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Letter from Rome, by Anna Maria Cossiga

With all that’s been happening in Gaza, being Jewish might seem especially difficult right now. People tend to identify Israel and Israeli politics with Jews as a whole. Which can be dangerous. … Continue reading

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