POETRY IN THE TIME OF A NOVEL VIRUS The Word Works, a predominately poetry press, withdrew from the AWP Book Fair. All that poets and poetry love—yes—embracing, handshaking and book handling didn’t happen this year. Karren Alenier
VISUAL POEMSLips Like RosesThe Third ComingLieutenant ColumboWrongDavid Alpaugh
The Arts of ThailandCHAVALIT SOEMPRUNGSUK AT 80+ ชวลิต เสริมปรุงสุข
Artists from Thailand worked in both Thailand and the Netherlands for the past 60 years. ‘80+’ was the latest: a six-part series of solo exhibitions.
Janine Yasovantคลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย
REMEMBRANCE AND ACCEPTANCEAbout six years ago I finally had to give up reading, after a struggle with various lenses, reading devices, and print of all sizesDavid Wiley
This IssueKANDINSKY’S THEATER OF THE WORD: FROM SOUNDS TO VIOLETBoris SokolovEdited and with an Introduction by Lissa Tyler Renaud
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