A Collection of Risks
Volume 45

A Collection of Risks

Well, the Fall 2014 issue is printed and is set to be¬†published online this afternoon! Looking at this issue as a single collection of work, I feel it absolutely holds a torch to any we’ve produced before–as it should, based on our receiving more submissions than any previous year! This opinion is based nearly entirely … Continue reading

Poetry 2010 / Volume 41

The Lives of Commerce (4) — Jeff Alessandrelli

“At the origin of everything is commerce.”–Donna Stonecipher We were a pair of lonely and crowded sexual markets, each hinging on the social development of our various foreign outputs. Everything for me was a dilemma–imports and exports, the rational anti-rationalization towards the inherency of free will and trade. You had the opposite problem: Incoming and … Continue reading