Monthly Archives: May 2013

How Fashion Is Queer

How Fashion is Queer by Alison Bancroft There are a number of popular ideas about fashion: That it demeans and oppresses women, or that it is a capitalist plot to extract money – either that they do not have, or … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: JESSICA COMOLA

VALENTINE By Jessica Comola Let X stand for God. The one I love, let his name be God. And may we walk a wire taut with black birds. Let the wire snap quick as a switchblade across the back of … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: CARL PHILLIPS

CHROMATIC BLACK By Carl Phillips Of the many things that he used to say to me, there are two I’m certain of: You taste like a last less-than-long summer afternoon by the shore just before September; and You’re the kind … Continue reading

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NICOLE LOMANGINO

NICOLE LOMANGINO @STANFORD UNIVERSITY ART SPACE by Anthony Torres Now at Stanford University Art Space is the work of Nicole Lomangino, an artist whose personal translations and representations of geishas articulate a longstanding interest in Japanese art and myths. The … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: TONY HOAGLAND

THE COMPLEX SENTENCE By Tony Hoagland The kind Italian driver of the bus to Rome invited her to his house—she was obviously hungry—and gave her sandwiches and raped her. All those years ago—she smiles while telling it—contemptuous, somehow of her … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: SPRING!

New York’s Jefferson Market Garden in full spring bloom; the editor enjoying the same. Flower photos by Sivan Butler-Rotholz. Editor photo by Frank Ortega. Poems & Excerpts For Spring: For winter’s rains and ruins are over, And all the season … Continue reading

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