Poetry by Joanna C. Valente
Issue: Reimagining / Poetry

Poetry by Joanna C. Valente

all of our ancestor’s/memories have already/been tattooed in our DNA/like the want for water,/the desire for a future/we are afraid to experience Continue reading

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Poetry by Len Lawson
Issue 8 / Poetry

Poetry by Len Lawson

We’re Talking about Practice Selected words from an excerpt of the infamous Allen Iverson interview arranged according to frequency After Franny Choi.   Sixer deteriorate downhill contradicting press conference ball league 48 minutes winner city trading coaching staff yadayada die funny critique criticized criticizing automatically strange honored microphone matters obviously cool tough corner daughter daughters … Continue reading

Poetry by E Yeon Chang
Issue 8 / Poetry

Poetry by E Yeon Chang

Mother, the other night I had a fever and I could not find my Tylenol I assume everything wrong with me is related to the womb so I swallowed a week’s worth of birth control   and dreamt about my overdose When I first asked about a prescription you said I was a murderer and … Continue reading

Poetry by Matthew L. Thompson
Issue 8 / Poetry

Poetry by Matthew L. Thompson

No ground to hold us captive or voice to call our existence sin got women with chest unleashed dancing free in the rain got men soaking very conscious of their stiffening meat and there’s trees and buzzing things zipping by dodging the thickness of the air and the blurred hurriedness of bothered hands the women … Continue reading

Poetry by Isabel Quintero
Issue 8 / Poetry

Poetry by Isabel Quintero

corazón (ko.ra.son) (noun) [can refer to] : 1. organ from which blood is pumped through the rest of the body; 2. Mexican colloquialism, term of endearment, i.e pet name for a loved one. ex: Corazón, te amo de la tierra a la luna y de regreso mil veces.; 3. that thing you’ve dug your heel … Continue reading