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poems by Vlad Vlădulescu

Delirium tremens   All that is useless All that is banned All that gets thrown away All found in the Delirium minds of the deranged….

Time of science, time of man

by Ana Bazac   I   One of the most frequent and, at the same time, dangerous epistemological faults of the contemporary thinkers – and…

poems by Ian Smith

Song as Axiomatic Password   Driving in rain, radio on, Moby’s Mistake, the slow start redolent of regret then the beat insistent as grief swoops,…

poems by Yuxing Xia

Dusk Front   I saw lines of shadow cross my backyard and seep through the dry soil. With erasure inbound, no more will we lament…

poems by Jeremy Nathan Marks

Olympiastadion   My throat was sore in Berlin Als das Kind Kind war so I missed the Reichstag fire but on television saw the Wall…

poems by Lana Bella

Love as it always was He hears my words in a dream. Distantly. Free of rigid lines, unraveled from ill-defined knots. 

poems by Jeremy Nathan Marks

Hotel Dum What’s sacred when the Thing is all the universe? –Allen Ginsberg (“The Reply”)   I rode a tram on my own from the…

Face and Hands 

by Mitchell Grabois   1. Painted white with blue stripes, Stars of David on its sides, the bus left Tel Aviv. I was already asleep,…