Blue Hanuman

May 31, 2014 Joan Larkin 0

The poems in “Blue Hanuman” have a lyric intensity and soul-clarity that move beyond Larkin’s previous books. The poet’s voice becomes the thing it speaks about, connecting the body to art and to the whole […] […]

Conversed

April 14, 2014 admin 0

Conversed is an ongoing multimedia project between John Steven Cummins and Aron Fischer, a game played by two men in love: part affirmation, part confession, and part archaeology of a dyad. We started this project […] […]

Aftermath

April 14, 2014 admin 0

Suicide is less an act than a tale of the soul. – M. Jouhandeau Since far back into the recesses of time, women have washed their man’s body, preparing him for the grave; they have […] […]

Richard Siken

April 14, 2014 admin 0

We’re delighted to feature in this issue on trauma a single poem by the award-winning poet Richard Siken, whose first collection of poems Crush is an obsessive exploration of the subject. “Detail of the Fire” […]

Scott Bailey and David McLoghlin

January 28, 2014 admin 0

Intimate relations between two men—one younger and one older—unite the following poems by Scott Bailey and David McLoghlin. Those intimacies, though wildly different in nature, both interrogate the role of silence in expressions of love […] […]

The Leisure Hours

November 26, 2013 Rick Whitaker 0

[Psychology Tomorrow Proudly Presents an Excerpt from Rick Whitaker’s An Honest Ghost] Introduction An Honest Ghost is a novel which evolved (over eight years) out of an Oulipo-style strict rule I set for myself at the […] […]

Maureen McLane, Timothy Liu and Paula Bohince

November 26, 2013 admin 0

Poems by the award-winning poets Maureen McLane, Timothy Liu, and Paula Bohince. Each pair of poems loosely explores and complicates notions of non-duality and oneness—in spiritual, physical, or psychological terms. As the new poetry editor […] […]

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