Inner Wrist

A taku (hybrid form of haiku invented by the poet Richard Price), written post-workshop. by Ingrid Leonard Hiding in plain sight; veined, light-wrinkled, moon-scaped stem, flowing blue silence....

Excerpt from ‘The Cartography of Goodbyes’

A longer work being written in and out of workshops. by Matthew Curlewis The little red light blinked at him. Three messages. He had hoped for more—he always hoped for more, but realized at this point three would have to do. Earnest with details about dinner and a...

From ‘Letters to Eliza’

Written as one of a series of letters, developed in collaboration with a painter, then exhibited in numerous European locations. by Anastasia Volkhovskaya Eliza, Have you forgotten that mirrors lie? They all lie, without exception, even those made with love, even...

Remember hand-written letters?

An essay written during a workshop. by Matthew Curlewis There are some things slipping into the past that I don’t necessarily HAVE to keep, but I do want to note their passing. Where are the demarcating lines between growing older, nostalgia, and being stuck in...