From the Editors
Phillip Mandel & Michaela Hansen
You should never be writing for someone; only write for yourself.
A Review of Andrés Neuman’s How to Travel Without Seeing
So, what then, is the point of traveling, if where we visit is not much different from where we left?
An Interview with Tomás Morín
I’m a narrative poet with lyric inclinations so it’s no surprise my poems contain stories.
Ashley Morrow Hermsmeier
I know it’s Me even though I don’t recognize Myself
Every last one of them had a cigarette smoldering between their fingers.
An Interview with Tim Hernandez
I think that’s one of the most basic and powerful functions of good art, it invites people to make their own meaning.
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From the Vault: Phillip Mandel Reviews Pagan Kennedy’s The Exes (1998)
But the drama of drink-and-drug addled artists smashing together for a few years of their lives is timeless.