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Shifting Paradigms: Essays on Art and Culture
Continuing from Desire Lines, Shifting Paradigms is a collection of essays on art, poetry and...
Mirrors and Windows
Over the years Anna Yin has had the honor to translate more than 50 poets'...
Drawing Daybreak
Maria Caltabiano's poems are the result of years of ponderings and musings about life...
A Good Name
Twelve years in America and Eziafa Okereke has nothing to show for it. Desperate to...
Grave Dancing on Two Left Feet
At times a comedy of terrors, pitting the severe pogrom pain of one side of...
The Strange Scent of Saffron
Lower Saint-Lawrence, summer 1988. Looking to escape the violent grip of her uncle and twin...
Through these far-reaching and searching poems, J. J. Steinfeld's work continues to not only orbit a multitude of realities and multifaceted worlds, but also to interrogate various aspects of being, whether they appear as the worldly or the otherworldly, the ordinary or the extraordinary, the physical or the spiritual. As Steinfeld concludes in his poem “The End of the World,” somewhat confronting the absurd and somehow embracing the existential: “I want a poem with a good ending / all the thoughts and uncertainties / and missed opportunities / tied together with metaphoric hope / even if that poem is about...
Somewhat Absurd, Somehow Existential
Manhattan Meltdown
April on Paris Street
Reversing Time: One Boy's Quest to Change History
…And Along Came Alexis
Anthony: A Composite Novel
The Shade Tree
Across the Face of the Storm
Inside the Pearl
Italiani di chiese e processioni a Montréal
Don't Hang Your Soul on That
Romarcord: Flânerie, Spectacle et Mémoire dans la Rome de Federico Fellini
This Way Home: Selected and New Work