Wrought & Found
Original poems & found images By Mia Sara The Belly Knows The belly knows it needs to be fed, but the tongue plays favorites. We linger on taste, opening wide, exposing our teeth, confiding secrets from the eyes, about size, and the catalogue of parts lost or stolen.
[REVIEW] Sidewalks, by Valeria Luiselli
Coffee House Press 120 pp, $15.95 Review by Jacob Spears In the essay “Joseph Brodsky’s Room and a Half,” Mexican writer Valeria Luiselli searches out the Russian-American poet’s grave on the island of San Michele in Venice.