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‘TRUMP AS A FIRE WITHOUT LIGHT’: Three poems by Darren C. Demaree

TRUMP AS A FIRE WITHOUT LIGHT #427
By Darren C. Demaree

There’s always been a casual appreciation for the American criminal that gets away with it. This feels different than that. I don’t see a charming movie star … Continue reading

Six Poems by R/B Mertz

Rudy Guiliani in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
By R/B Mertz

Between Vampire Slayers, students reach
hands up into nothing, teachers bite
their tongues with sidewalks.

Holes worn through the stratosphere
& the population. Oil shaped hole, … Continue reading

Looking Back to See Ahead: ‘Radius’ in the age of Donald Trump

By Victor D. Infante

I feel like I’ve been here before. Not here exactly – we haven’t really ever been here before – but this gnawing sense of existential despair, this utter feeling of bereavement. That’s familiar. I felt it … Continue reading