Liam Bishop reviews Lee Hyemi’s second collection of surrealist poetry.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a work of poetry that sees the world in powerful detail(s).
Aaron Scobie reviews a collection of poetry that acknowledges our obsession and idolization of the self.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews Adam Tedesco’s first full-length collection of “difficult” poetry.
May Huang reviews a celebrated debut collection of poetry by the Hong Kong writer Mary Jean Chan.
Jeff Alessandrelli reflects on the recent re-issue of Mark Levine’s Debt.
May Huang reviews a stunning debut collection of poems.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a new collection of poetry from the audacious American poet, playwright, and performance artist, Ariana Reines.