Lírica de Carnicería

    Pamela Ramos (Pre-Order)
“La labor del poeta carnicero es alimentar al animal y darle una muerte digna. El corte viene después, el consumo le sigue y finaliza con la digestión.

Así con la mirada,  después convertida en foto. En el matadero de la fotografía hay imágenes dignas de digerir y otras que se pierden en la náusea...”
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2022, Photography, Spanish

Christmas Poems for the Elderly

    Matia Emsellem

“In Judaism, we children did not grow up with nursery rhymes, rather we had cautionary tales of plagues, wine splatters across plates to resemble the blood of sheep and cattle, protests against Guiliani and protests against drinking to the afflictions of others. Our throats filled with the growls of grogers, we grew in reverse and memorized the entire Barabara Streisand discography by age 7...”
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2021, Poetry, 

b-sides: loose translations

    Kayla Ephros

In Today’s ambiences, it becomes difficult to discern the difference between a phone and a garden... but easy to adopt the language of sms desire. In b-sides: loose translations, Being is filtered through elusive reference points of time-experienced: dreams, heirlooms, windows, water-damaged screens...
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2021, Poetry, Translation, Spanish


    Valentino Velez

Valentino is ‘riding the bull called life, called testosterone, called falling in love, called rebirth...' and they're just trying to be unafraid..

With a foreward by Sean Chamberlain.
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2020, Poetry,


    Christina Svenson

dollop, the debut poetry collection by Christina Svenson, is perfumed with fantasy, with ennui... with Mugler's Angel. 
Drawing inspiration from 19th century cleaning manuals and 1980’s cookbooks, Svenson transgresses etiquette with a pessimism that attempts to reconcile itself through finding beauty and recluse in the absurd...
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2020, Poetry, 

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to nurture, to feed; the past tense of stone fruit.