One could claim that each poem herein exists on the knife edge between what we call the everyday and what we call the night, that liminal space between what we see and what we sense, playing that game we play every morning upon waking, trying to remember the dream we are just now leaving, and how it will color our day, if we are open to it.
Nick Flynn guest-edited our poetry for this issue. Read Garrett Burrrell, Cynthia Cruz, Graham Foust, and Rachel Eliza Griffiths, whose poems are “are all speaking from some otherside, some subterranean, somewhere outside the chatter.”
Let’s start a band, a movement of sorts.
Male-female literacy differential map, 2005. Indicates, not the overall level of literacy, but the gap between male and female literacy rates.
Labyrinth rock carving found at Meis, Galicia, Spain, possibly from the Atlantic Bronze Age (c. 1300–700 BC)
The Shape of Ideas
This video takes a look at what’s become of word and text in a visual world. The power of image, in particular moving images, in collaboration with words has…
A plethora of images!
"What happened to your arm?"
"I was walking down the stairs and looking at the stars."