Daily Archives: July 14, 2019

“Cryptography”: An Interview with Kylan Rice and a New Essay – conducted by Zach Savich

Kylan Rice is a PhD student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he studies nineteenth-century literature. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from Colorado State University. His poems and prose can be found at Kenyon Review, The Seattle Review, and elsewhere. His book reviews have been published by […]

“‘Staying in Range’: An Interview with Rodrigo Toscano and a Portfolio of New Work from In Range” – curated by Henk Rossouw

Rodrigo Toscano’s newest book of poetry is Explosion Rocks Springfield (Fence Books, 2016). Forthcoming is In Range (Counterpath, 2019). His previous books include, Deck of Deeds, Collapsible Poetics Theater (a National Poetry Series selection), To Leveling Swerve, Platform, Partisans, and The Disparities.  His poetry has appeared in the anthologies Dialectical Imaginaries, Poetry and Work, Voices Without Borders, Diasporic Avant Gardes, Imagined Theatres, and Best American Poetry. Toscano has […]

Toaster by Annie Diamond

    The human brain weighs 1300 grams, about the heft of one two-slice toaster. I love this equivalence, picture a toaster on shoulders and torso             and think of a nonexistent Magritte,             with some title like The Veneration […]

Ode to the Damsel by Hala Alyan

    Pink as a seashell. Mid-yawn, breasts rising like soldiers. In the shopping cart, duct tape & eye cream. The car red as a tongue. Your tongue, a car, spanning the city. The door rings & you don’t open it. There is Lisbon on the other side. Three children […]

Kevin Wixted

KEVIN WIXTED: AT PLAY IN THE FIELD a micro-interview with Elaine Sexton     Elaine Sexton: Your new paintings, the subject of an exhibit at the American University of Paris Fine Arts Gallery earlier this year, show a dramatic shift from grids and abstract patterns to the tropical and ecstatic, composed […]

Rabbit Light Movies: A Retrospective

Editor’s Note Tupelo Quarterly’s Collaborative & Cross-Disciplinary is frequently home to poetry films, video poems, and multimedia work.  As part of this issue’s offerings, we are delighted to feature this retrospective of work from the archives of Joshua Marie Wilkinson’s Rabbit Light Movies.  Here, Wilkinson has chosen representative work from […]

Installation 8 by Julie Carr & Yanara Friedland

A Process Note Reallifeaninstallation is a web project designed by Phuong T. Vuong and Julie Carr to accompany Carr’s book Real Life: An Installation, (Omnidawn Books, 2018). Thirty-six hypothetical installations have been actualized in digital space by artists of diverse backgrounds, stages in their careers, and artistic practices. Galleries, art spaces, […]