PRAYER TO THE CHARCOAL DUST

FELICIA ZAMORA A shadow rattles inside this suit of cells, in wait for headlights on the horizon. You pray the driver knows you, knows you lay in the center of concrete, a piece of a center line only existing outside double yellows & laws matching intention. ^^^^ Face of slivered moon questions you; glow penetrates … Continue reading PRAYER TO THE CHARCOAL DUST

from ET IN ARCADIA EGO & AM GIRLISH

BRADLEY TRUMPFHELLER i synth my finger across my phone screen & watch the crane fly backwards, an echo of yarrow, white as a statue. next was white queer unfucking themself : then rapture : then neon w/ holes. in a clinic i will not tell the nurse my name. my name, in a dead language, … Continue reading from ET IN ARCADIA EGO & AM GIRLISH

2012 Wabash Poetry Prize, with Judge Nikky Finney

By Jessica Jacobs, Editor-in-Chief With the Nonfiction Prize now closed, we are thrilled to officially announce that the 2012 Wabash Prize for Poetry will be judged by Nikky Finney. The winner will receive $1,000 and publication. In addition to the 2011 National Book Award-winning collection Head Off & Split, she is the author of three other … Continue reading 2012 Wabash Poetry Prize, with Judge Nikky Finney