A woman has fallen the museum guard
Tells us in a light blue turban plus dark suit
And tie required of all the Getty guards
Adorno wrote that there could be no lyric poetry after Auschwitz; Duchamp made art an afterword.
This First Proof contains an excerpt from Carama by Igor Barreto, translated by Brandon Holmquest.
Campbell McGrath’s latest collection, Shannon, is a book-length poetic narrative about George Shannon.
“Vocal Executive Chides Critics of Detroit” reads a recent New York Times headline, confirming a synecdoche firmly engrained in the American imagination substituting industry for place.
Seven “Short Talks” on topics such as Chromo-luminarism, Major and Minor, Geisha, Vicuñas, Trout, The Rules of Perspective, and Homo Sapiens by Anne Carson.