“Your poems are a product of that conflict between the seeds you plant and what you actually cultivate.”
Conversations with contributors and other writers curated by Helene Achanzar
Conducted by Shriram Sivaramakrishnan
Even when I disappear
I does not disappear.
“Poems don’t replace the organizing—they supplement it.”—an essay by Troy Osaki
Writers preview the Seattle Arts & Lectures Poetry Series
“I always felt the poem before I had any idea about its meaning. A good poem is essentially unknowable.”
a feeling that only
works to sharpen the cold
“It’s love, but slanted, in slow motion.”—an essay by Julia Anna Morrison
The summer was ending.
The dark was still young—