Gladman’s poems suggest how ecological knowledge can affect how we can imagine cities.
Mortality and memory are points of inquiry in this posthumous publication.
The game instructs players to recreate the poet’s starkish, rhyming prose by shooting at moving words from a fixed point, with hilarious results.
After her closest friend leapt to his death, the poet recorded her memories of him every day for a year.
Materials from the poet’s personal library testify to lifelong engagement with the Black community.
Agha Shahid Ali and Timothy Liu’s poems feature artwork by Jim Hodges and Nancy Spero.
Poets Shara McCallum and Karen Solie channel Scotland through historical fiction and the deep-seated malaise of modernity.
Ruth Lepson’s verse engages with Cecil Taylor, Cy Twombly, and Philip Guston among others.
Some 600 years later, Margery Kempe’s disquieting sobs continue to confound and provoke.
Alan Gilbert’s poems unpack the quotidian nature of life to depict a trippy, scatological dystopia.
Monica Ong is a 21st-century visual poet who extends the reader’s sense of what is possible.
Thalia Field’s poems collage scientific, historical, and philosophical sources to explore speciesism.