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Author Conversations: Jenny Drai and Elizabeth J. Colen

  JD: Hi Elizabeth! I thought I’d jump right in and say that as I was reading What Weaponry, which you call a novel in prose poems, and The Green Condition, which you call an essay, I started thinking a … Continue reading

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Kevin Pilkington Poetry Feature

What interests me most about Kevin Pilkington’s work is its range of content and tone. He can be serious and humorous with equal skill, and often in the same poem. His subject matters are human sexuality, human frailty, and post-modern … Continue reading

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The Possible Is Monstrous: A Book Review

The Possible Is Monstrous: A Book Review by Okla Elliott [The following review originally appeared in The Southeast Review.] The Possible Is Monstrous by Friedrich Dürrenmatt (translated by Daniele Pantano) Black Lawrence Press, 2010 ISBN 978-0-9826228-1-0 $17.00 Swiss author Friedrich … Continue reading

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“The Inevitable Waits” by Friedrich Dürrenmatt

THE INEVITABLE WAITS (translated by Daniele Pantano) The inevitable waits It’s not coming. You are You are the mouse. So Don’t be a hero When for the fearless Even the avoidable Is unavoidable Fear. Stay human What belongs to you, … Continue reading

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