Editors’ Selections

An Introduction to Hannah Brooks-Motl by Henk Rossouw

  In “Capitol” Hannah Brooks-Motl turns the conventions of the pastoral inside out, as if the poem’s gravity were being warped by the black hole of late capitalism. I am drawn to the poem’s tender regard for all things—from “yellow mint” to “children / in apparatuses”—caught in its gravitational pull. […]

An Introduction to Noah Falck by Kristina Marie Darling

  Noah Falck is a singular voice in contemporary American poetry.  In a literary landscape filled with autobiographical writing, he offers an imaginative topography in which the self is made strange, with the memory of what once was familiar still lingering in the background.  “Endlessly scrolling your way through an […]