June 12, 2017
Natasha Dennerstein is a glamorous woman somewhere north of 40. She’s also a poet, an artist, a wife, an Australian ex-pat and a person with multiple degrees. Please, don’t call her a Trans Poet. Seahorse... read more >
May 12, 2017
Chen Chen’s, When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities should come with a warning label: Rated M for Millennial. Chen’s debut book of poetry will make you experience an emotional range that belies his age. One feeling might be envy when you learn that Mr. Chen is a 28—year—old PhD student at Texas Tech University... read more >
April 27, 2017
‘She wants to know why he thinks her desire to travel is so ridiculous. He says that it isn’t ridiculous. She wants to know why he thinks her fantasies about escaping their everyday life are so unrealistic... read more >
Not Made in America
- Three films that get it right: The Wedding Plan, One Week and a Day, and The Commune
by Jennifer Parker
May 26, 2017
ilm traditions outside of Hollywood are seldom considered apart from Oscar Season. 2017, a year where it is almost impossible to find one unifying thread in the world, I challenge you to look to films made outside the Hollywood milieu to see that we all want the same things, people want love, we fear loneliness, we experience profound loss, we look for love in all the wrong places and we experiment in living situations that are doomed for failure... read more >
May 07, 2017
From the beginning of film history, movies have tried to tackle large social issues through a variety of genres. What makes a film remarkable is when the writer/director can marry different genres together and arrive at a work that not only has made nearly a 400 percent return on its original production costs in eight weeks but challenges the way we talk about complex social mores... read more >
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Art by Clay Witt, poetry by Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, fiction by Stephen Wade.
Fiction by Peter Liu, poetry by Jonathan Greenhause, memoir by Verity Barudin.
Poetry by Vanessa Blakeslee, paintings by Vadis Turner, and a review of Boy.
Art by Kehinde Wiley, fiction by Philip Kobylarz, and poetry by Nancy Carol Moody.
Billy Collins Interviewed, fiction by Erik Martiny, prose by Ori Fienberg.
Jacob M. Appel Interviewed, art by Yumi Sakugawa, essay by Sean Carswell
Poetry by Sarah Palin Erased, interview by Phillip Gross, short story by Erik Martiny, essay by Jeffrey Skinner, art by Paul Kolker
Poetry by Annie Christain, interview by Aurelie Sheehan, fiction by Julia Fine, essay by Kirk Nesset, art curated by Owen Duffy
Poetry by Nandini Dhar, interview by Sean Street, fiction by Patrick Wilson, essay by Salpi Vartivarian, art by Nance Van Winkle
Poetry by Chen Chen, Art by Noah Becker, Interview by Chris Belden, Fiction by Elisa Wolf, Essay by Jay Varner