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Venera Dreams: A Weird Entertainment
Somewhere in the Mediterranean lies the mysterious archipelago of Venera, a city-state drenched in erotic...
Words For What Those Men Have Done
Richard Jeffrey Newman's collection of poems, Words for What Those Men Have Done, continues the...
Through the Sad Wood Our Corpses Will Hang
At twenty, Sheyda Porrouya's life is almost over. Born in Iran on the day staunchly...
Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes
What happens when we believe in something that isn't there? What happens when we doubt...
Red Haws to Light the Field
Red Haws To Light The Field is wide-ranging in subject matter: love, eroticism, war, death,...
Rooms
Rooms is lyrical and meditative, painterly, erotic and philosophical. The book is thematically and structurally...
Perhaps in one sense, according to the author, Thomas Krampf's new book of poems, The Divine Genome, might just be another stop on a long spiritual and poetic journey. This would have begun a number of years ago with the publication of his first book, Subway Prayer and Other Poems of the Inner City. But in another sense, and following the dictates of a more recent poem, “The Recluse,” this book might also reflect a new need for an inner quietude, and the ability to effortlessly abandon one dimension of time, to enter another. And all the while, in this...

"Stripped of / its delicate boat-like / blossoms // The poppy prepares / to drop the dark opiate / of its seed // To satisfy the cravings / of the earth --"
The Divine Genome

Thomas Krampf
2017
The Divine Genome
The Mezzogiorno Social Club
Portraits of Absence
Speak Only of the Moon: A New Translation of Rumi
Desire Lines: Essays on Art, Poetry & Culture
Faithful and Other Stories
Cambodia and The Year of UNTAC: Life and Love in Cambodia's 1993 Election
Absurdity, Woe Is Me, Glory Be
The Four Roads Hotel
J. J. Steinfeld: Essays on His Works
Wordwings
William Hutt: Soldier Actor
A Prayer