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Three Poems

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December 2016

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December 2016

ADVICE FROM BENJO CORTEZ GALLERY OWNER, CHELSEA THE RED CAT, NEW YORK, 2AM    When I feel something It doesn’t show I got rid...

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December 2016

Of all those pasts

Will Harris

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December 2016

  In Derrida’s Memoires: For Paul de Man he quotes from ‘Mnemosyne’, a poem by Friedrich Hölderlin which he...

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November 2016

Gentle

Harriet Moore

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November 2016

Forgive me Sister for I have sinned it’s been seconds since my last confession. I sit in the dark...

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November 2016

Nothing Old, Nothing, New, Nothing, Borrowed, Nothing Blue

Iphgenia Baal

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November 2016

look at your kitchen look at your kitchen oh my god look at your kitchen it’s delightful only wait...

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Issue No. 18

Two New Poems

Dorothea Lasky

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Issue No. 18

Do You Want To Dip The Rat   Do you want to dip the rat Completely in oil  ...

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September 2016

Two Poems

Sun Yung Shin

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September 2016

  Autoclonography   for performance   In 1998, scientists in South Korea claimed to have successfully cloned a human...

Two Poems

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September 2016

Daisy Lafarge

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September 2016

siphoning   habitual catalogue of the day, intro ft. blossom fallen from a gated property and crisping on the pavement’s piss-streaked sun, kicked out...

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August 2016

Three New Poems

Sarah V. Schweig

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August 2016

‘The Audit’ and ‘Red Bank’ are excerpts from Schweig’s forthcoming book, Take Nothing With You (University of Iowa Press, 2016).  ...

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August 2016

No Holds Barred

Rodrigo Rey Rosa

TR. Brian Hagenbuch

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August 2016

Hello. Dr Rivers’ clinic? Thank you. Yes. Yes, doctor, I would like to be your patient. With your permission,...

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Issue No. 17

Galina Rymbu

TR. Jonathan Brooks Platt

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Issue No. 17

who bravely blasts their breath through the horn flares of gloomy streets, into dripping construction trailers, dropped by the dead, the dull anxiety of...