Monthly Archives: February 2014

Linnea Ogden on a Kiss, a Cavity and “It” in Terrance Hayes

Your response to my kiss is, I have a cavity. I am in love with incompletion. I am clinging to your moorings. Yes, I have a pretty good idea what beauty is. It survives all right. It aches like an … Continue reading

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Adam Clay on Larry Levis, Horses, Troughs & Punctuation

When Lost Roads asked me to contribute to this project, my thoughts immediately gravitated to the work of Larry Levis, a poet whose work has always amazed me, but in that amazement I’ve always found moments that have puzzled me … Continue reading

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