Eat your death-wich, dear: A review by Sharma Shields
Denver poet Eryn Green’s manuscript “ERUV” was selected the winner of this year’s Yale Younger Poets prize.
“I’ve lived in other states in the U.S. and I’ve never sensed race being such an issue as it is here. And that has definitely caused me to think more about how that occurs in the space of writing.”
“Howell has given the literary world a truly unique offering, which finds the common ground between poetry, horror, and (human) nature.”
“The speaker experiences the flow of the present moment through time, all while in a daze. It is in fact the reverie that allows her to enter the flow of fleeting things, and as the poem closes she becomes one of those very things in the eyes of another daydreamer.”
CutBank’s fourth and final installment of #MobyDickNotes deals with navels, nature, and just effin’ everything
CutBank continues its voyage through the colorful, concise, and odd remarks found within our used copy of Moby-Dick. This week: more “pretty” passages, guilt trips, and sharks
CutBank continues its voyage through the colorful, concise, and odd remarks found within our used copy of Moby-Dick. This week: phallic fashion pieces!