There is No Subject that isn’t Poetic Material – An Interview with Erin Rodoni

  By  Rajesh Subramanian Erin Rodoni is the author of two full length poetry collections: Body, in Good Light (Sixteen Rivers Press, 2017) and A Landscape for Loss (NFSPS Press,...

No Such Thing As Distance – Karen Paul Holmes

  Review by Lynn Alexander   When you enter Karen Paul Holmes’s poetry, you travel a path between love and death, joy and anguish, gravity and humor—the...

Poems by Prathap Kamath

  Burnt down forest It is bad when about sixteen years of life lie like a patch of burnt down forest – black, charcoaled, ash-bordered, ...

Poems by Robert Beveridge

  Climb Tired biceps flex, fingers struggle. Hours of darkness, of rope. Still no light above. There is a deep attraction in relaxation, the power of...

The Barren Womb – A poem by Rimli Bhattacharya

  Three corpses lay in front of the mother, Tiny ones, they are lifeless, Once upon a time each one spoke to her, Now speaks...

The Stories We Tell Ourselves: A Look Through the Lenses of Zen Buddhism and...

  In his poem Can Palat W.S. Merwin reminisces about an abandoned, hillside farmstead he encountered as a young man. On a terrace he finds an...

Poems by John Grey

  We Risk Takers It's snowing in the city. I dig your car out so you can risk your life on pot-holed black-ice roads.   You're on your way to making sure you...

Poems by Aditya Shankar

  Place If you walk the streets of the city that I write about, you would call me a liar. The broken wall, no more a playground ingress or a sunset...

Poems by Blagoje Savic

  Translated by DanijelaTrajkovic   Sleep Condition shadows of what has been done did not disappear think with your heart religion is not based on evidence but on checking there on the same branch oblivion...

Poems by Rony Nair

  Heb-do look onward on homing gulls, guns arriving in somnolence. your poet mourns his twin tower ebb, while wordsmiths mash six adverbs a breath. with tepid rafts one sees...
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