Kristina Marie Darling

On Raymond Gibson’s Meridian by B.C.A. Belcastro

Plenty of poems have arguments, but few claim to present any sort of conclusion. Raymond Gibson’s Meridian carefully arranges its poems to present a kind of investigation, opening with an unfamiliar world that gradually resolves into a series of short, image-driven leads and finally closes with the stark assertions of […]

Liss Platt

  LISS PLATT ON THE “POTENTIAL PRESENCE” IN HER WORK   Liss Platt spent a decade of “sustained looking” taking literally thousands of photographs a single raft–and the climate that contains it–in the water off the coast of the north shore of Nova Scotia. An artist whose work taps into […]

AMANUENSIS by Nick Flynn & Rachel Eliza Griffiths

    __________________________________________________________________     AMANUENSIS by Nick Flynn                 If you write about painting yourself into a corner then one day you might find your- self, in fact, painted into a corner. Or you might find yourself on the edge of a […]

A Folio of Graphic Poems by Naoko Fujimoto

A Process Note   Graphic poetry is the melding of words and images. In her project, “”Trans. Sensory””, Naoko Fujimoto translates her poems (that are written in English on paper) into words and images to create a contemporary picture scroll. The viewers transport their senses from the paper and bridge […]