MÉNAGE À TRIOLETS, by Heidi Czerwiec
A [PANK] Blog guest series for National Poetry Month I’m a poet with a confession to make: I love writing in form. I know that seems conservative and tame, but verse can actually be quite subversive. I love the way the language presses up against the constraints of form’s corset, the heat it produces.
[REVIEW] Trip Through Your Wires by Sarah Layden
Engine Books 264 pages, $14.95 Review by James Figy Memory—how much we dwell on it, how much we can trust it—pervades Sarah Layden’s debut novel Trip Through Your Wires.
Pictures of You: Kathy Fish
“For Tom,” by Kathy Fish What I remember: eating dusty sandwiches in the car, my brother reading to me from “Chariots of the Gods,” the way my other brother had been so uncharacteristically silent on that trip, the motel beds that vibrated if you paid a quarter, the long walk to the municipal pool