Daily Archives: July 14, 2020

The Consolations by Jane Zwart

    What does one do with the pond that drowns a child? Beyond the obvious things, I mean.   Of course the cops should circle the water in yellow, beginning where the child entered   the mirror and stretching the ribbon sapling to sapling, waist-high. And if no one […]

Chet’la Sebree

Chet’la Sebree I: Individual Collectivities  Karla Kelsey: By creating a cross-generational conversation with Sally Hemings you open up the portal of time, allowing readers to experience a space where past and present converge.  In taking on the persona poem you also open yourself to convergence, which allows us not only […]

Lisa Pearson

Lisa Pearson I: Individual Collectivities Karla Kelsey: You founded Siglio Press in 2008 and have gone on to publish over thirty volumes of image-text works that want equally to be looked at and read, defying genre categories and throwing into question what it is to engage literary and visual art.  […]