Posts tagged "experimental poetry"
Finding Nature in the City by Laura Buccieri

Finding Nature in the City by Laura Buccieri

Laura Buccieriis a poet living in NYC. Her chapbook, On Being Mistaken, is forthcoming in 2017. Artwork by Jack Felice
"from Estivation Offerings" by Lauren Eggert-Crowe

“from Estivation Offerings” by Lauren Eggert-Crowe

Lauren Eggert-Crowe is the author of four poetry chapbooks, most recently Bitches of the Drought, finalist in the Sundress Publications 2016 Chapbook Competition. Photos by Brianna Burke.
Litter For Solo Voice & Sandscape For A Small Expedition by Rebecca Eddy

Litter For Solo Voice & Sandscape For A Small Expedition by Rebecca Eddy

Rebecca Eddy is a visual poet from Cornwall, England. Rebecca's visual work has been featured in a variety of journals, exhibitions, a chapbook and even a poster or two.
Armillaria by C.C. Hannett

Armillaria by C.C. Hannett

C.C. Hannett writes about cobweb grottos in the PNW. He lives with his wife and two cats. Photo illustration by Jessica Herrera

Flora by Lucas Bailor

Flora by Lucas Bailor

Lucas Bailor is an emerging writer originally from Moreno Valley, CA. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Angel City Review, SHARKPACK Poetry Review, and POST(blank).
Stainless Steel Transubstantiation by Christopher Porcaro

Stainless Steel Transubstantiation by Christopher Porcaro

Christopher Porcaro is an artist from Los Angeles. His first collection of poetry," Movable Parts," will be available soon. Instagram: @altar_cola
Lost In Visceral Bliss by D. Dallas

Lost In Visceral Bliss by D. Dallas

D.Dallas studied Creative Writing and Philosophy at NYU’s Gallatin School. She has been published in Mud Fish, Nocturnal Lyric, The Café Review, The New York Quarterly 34th Parallel, Anti-Heroin Chic, Vending Machine and The Opiate.
3 HYBRIDS, by Melissa McDaniel

3 HYBRIDS, by Melissa McDaniel

Melissa McDaniel is Brooklyn-based writer and editor. She runs Get Lit NYC, a guide for finding readings in NYC, and she tweets at @melissamcd29.
Issue No. 5 FLASHBACK: Post & Present "Burn Fat Faster" by Lizi Gilad

Issue No. 5 FLASHBACK: Post & Present “Burn Fat Faster” by Lizi Gilad

Lizi Gilad is a first-generation American of Mexican and Israeli descent. She holds and MFA from UC Riverside's low residency program and resides in Southern California. Her prose can be found at The Rumpus and The Volta blog. Follow her on Twitter @lizinka