[REVIEW] The Only Sounds We Make, by Lee Zacharias
Hub City Press 224 pages, $16.95 Review by Hannah Rodabaugh Lee Zacharias’s most recent book, The Only Sounds We Make, is a collection of essays that discuss everything from where writers write, to the history of vultures, to the pleasures of photography, to destructive, document eating dogs.
The Lightning Room with Tommy Pico
–Interview by Diana Clarke Sing, O Internet, of the poems of Tommy “Teebs” Pico, who wrote “from IRL” and then talked about it on the blog. 1. “from IRL” seems to take as formal inspiration both epic poetry and internet diction.
Wrought & Found
Original poems & found images –by Mia Sara Dream Girl Drops Dead At what point does the grasp let go the reach so that you trip and catch yourself clinging to the coattails of a this spurious dream, bloated lies that so outweigh the genuine article, and flatten even the innocent