Daily Archives: June 14, 2017


Epilogue by July Westhale

http://www.tupeloquarterly.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/When-did-you-last-see-rain.pdf     July Westhale is the author of Trailer Trash (2016 Kore Press Book Award), The Cavalcade (Finishing Line Press), and the children’s book Occasionally Accurate Science (Nomadic Press). Her most recent poetry can be found in The National Poetry Review, burntdistrict, Eleven Eleven, 580 Split, and Quarterly West. […]


An Inheritance of Riches II: Marosa di Giorgio and Selva Casal, curated and introduced by Jesse Lee Kercheval

  For the last issue of Tupelo Quarterly, TQ11, I curated an Editorial Feature, “An Inheritance of Riches: A Portfolio of Contemporary Uruguayan Women Poets” whose purpose was to showcase five Uruguayan women poets, Melisa Machado, Laura Cesarco Eglin, Virginia Lucas, Karen Wild Díaz and Eloísa Avoletta, born from 1966 […]


Winter Poem 33 by Jakuzen, translated by Patrick Donnelly & Stephen D. Miller

http://www.tupeloquarterly.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/33.pdf     Jakuzen was a 12th century priest of the Buddhist Tendai sect; he resided outside the capital of Kyoto in Ōhara. He left behind three manuscripts of waka poetry; that forty-seven of his poems were published in several imperial poetry anthologies of the late 12th century and later […]


Wake by July Westhale

http://www.tupeloquarterly.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Some-night.pdf     July Westhale is the author of Trailer Trash (2016 Kore Press Book Award), The Cavalcade (Finishing Line Press), and the children’s book Occasionally Accurate Science (Nomadic Press). Her most recent poetry can be found in The National Poetry Review, burntdistrict, Eleven Eleven, 580 Split, and Quarterly West. […]


Especially the Impossible Ones: A Conversation with Tyler Crumrine of Plays Inverse Press, Curated by Zach Savich

    In this interview, the founding editor of Plays Inverse Press, Tyler Crumrine, discusses the ways in which contemporary, experimental verse drama can change how we think about poetry, theatre, and the performative dimensions of any text. Plays Inverse has recently published works by authors including Catherine Theis, Dalton […]