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  1. Madi Giovina reviews Nothing on the Internet Ever Dies by Lyn Patterson

    21 Jul 2020
    In Nothing On The Internet Ever Dies, Patterson recontextualizes poetry for our increasingly digital world, expanding the genre beyond words to encompass ephemera.  The first page of the zine starts with a strong declaration: “We put our heart and foot / (into this shit) / poets are not meant…

  2. Brandi Spering reviews Chelsea Arnold’s Recalculating

    03 Jul 2020
    Review by Brandi Spering Chelsea Arnold’s Recalculating is a plow, determined to create an exit in a cul-de-sac of white privilege and racism. This collection does more than just kick around dirt. It hones in on these topics by discussing the deep-rooted hypocrisy that is embedded in the United States,…

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