Maged Zaher’s poems the emphasize the absurdity of love in the time of late-capitalism.
Poet, publisher, translator, and radio producer Noel Black is the author of three full-length collections of poems: Uselysses (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2012), La Goon (Furniture Press Books, 2014), and The Natural Football League (The New Heave-Ho, 2016). He's the translator of Puerto Rican poet Mara Pastor's LlámameLáctea/Children of Another Hour (Argos Books, 2014) and the forthcoming Caja de Fractales/Down with Gargamel by Luis Othoniel Rosa. He lives in Manitou Springs, CO with his family.
Poetry from the Picket Line
Two poets, veterans of university unionization campaigns, chart the growing crisis of the new intellectual working class
A Russian Poet Recounts Literary Life in 1966
Soviet-era poet Igor Kholin describes social realities of life among the writers living in cultural exile outside Moscow.
The Improvised Body: The Reemergence of Senga Nengudi
The artist Senga Nengudi was recently honored with dual retrospectives of her work at Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art and RedLine Gallery. The MCA featured the black and brown pantyhose of her long-running R.S.V.P. series, which was stretched, contorted, and knotted into abstract echoes of everything from hair and genitalia to masks and musical notation.