On translating Green Mountain by Chinese Poet Yang Jian
“I am the assemblage of both my memory and the ones that contest it.”
Conversations with contributors and other writers curated by Helene Achanzar
Jon Lemay on Catherine Pond’s Fieldglass
If latitude and longitude. If the trees,
Once emptied, stood upright again.
Remember me knee-deep.
Remember me kelp-bedecked.
“The poems are ‘anti’ the way antique pieces are, which is to say, if these poems undermine meaning-making, it is because they have lost their significances.”
Poets explore the intersection of word and image.
against the fallacies of form
“When I thought the birds singing outside my window were just birds, I was taking for granted my proximity to otherness.”—an essay by Jennifer Chang