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                          • Welcome to Issue 2!

                            It’s our pleasure to present you with the poems, interviews, essays, and artwork we’ve curated since our previous?issue. We hope you enjoy it all as much as we do. Now read on, dear clickers, scrollers, artists, and scholars.

                          • ISSUE 2 FEATURES
                            Jones Portrait of Addonizio
                            Alice Fulton works to “make it strange,” discussing her latest poetry and her collaboration with sculptor Kim Cridler.
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                            Bianca Stone Art
                            Sarah Maclay shares new poems from a sequence inspired by time spent with colleagues.
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                            Bianca Stone Art
                            Read new work from the acclaimed poet.
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                            Nick Flynn Art
                            Poems from the author of War Reporter and New Life, accompanied by images from artist Michael Garguilo.
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                            Blurby Statue
                            The artist and poet shares recent work from his residency at the Banff Centre.
                          • MORE POEMS

                            Jeffrey Neilson
                            Memory Palace
                            Sophie Klahr
                            THE BOOK OF PAID ROOMS,
                                VOLUME I
                            THE BOOK OF PAID ROOMS,
                                VOLUME II
                            THE BOOK OF PAID ROOMS,
                                VOLUME III
                            Angela Pe?aredondo
                            Why Grandmother Became
                                a Minke Whale
                            Self-Portrait As Molluscs
                            Dan O'Brien
                            The War Reporter Paul Watson’s
                                Fear of Los Angeles
                            The War Reporter Paul Watson
                                Pitches the Drama
                            The War Reporter Paul Watson
                               in LA-ndahar
                            The War Reporter Paul Watson
                               in Disneyland
                          • MORE POEMS

                            Danielle Badra
                            Ghazal for Lost Women
                            This is why I can’t be your lover
                            Conversation with H.D.’s Trilogy
                            Beth Ruscio
                            Non Grata
                            Imaginary Memorial
                            Brandi Spaethe
                            There Was No One
                                to Teach Me This
                            Mahtem Shiferraw
                            Sister Black, Sister Blue
                            A Dream in Sequences
                            Luanne Castle
                            What Lies Inside
                            Aaron Apps
                            Corrupt Matter
                            Queer Fat
                            Monkfish Have the Fattest Heads
                            Marinade for “Decent” People