Monthly Archives: December 2013

Della Watson on Olena Kalytiak Davis, Indistinct Skies, and Skiing in Whiteouts

“Today, the sky was white. And the ground was white, too. Yet, I could tell them apart. They were that easy to distinguish.” –from “A Few Words For The Visitor In The Parlor” in And Her Soul Out Of Nothing … Continue reading

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Christopher Kondrich on Mortality & Samurais in Tomas Transtömer

The samurai looks insignificant beside his armor of black dragon scales. For weeks now I’ve been wandering Denver repeating these lines to myself. In Tomas Tranströmer’s “After Someone’s Death” (an astonishing and beautiful poem), the creation of the universe, the … Continue reading

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