Tag Archives: Tony Brown

‘Song Fragments From the Brokenhearted Chorus’: A Composite Poem

Song Fragments From the Brokenhearted Chorus
A Composite Poem

Sift dirt from any American lawn: chipped calcium and nitrogen
amendments enrich the roses’ blush past burn with meal ground
from the murdered and … Continue reading

What We Really Are: Our Best of the Net and BILiNE nominations

Awards season is upon us, and the confluence of nominations for both Best of the Net and Best Indie Lit New England being due has given us cause to review our entire past two years’ worth of work. It’s moments … Continue reading

‘The opposite of a poem’: Radius’ Pushcart nominees

By Victor D. Infante

Lately, I’ve been thinking about Anne Sexton. Particularly, I’ve been thinking about her quote, “Suicide is, after all, the opposite of a poem.” The quote came to mind earlier this year, when Radius published its Continue reading