September 1, 2023


By Carter Sickels

The Kenyon Review · “Forage” by Carter Sickels Not long after my grandfather died, my mother told me she had a dream about him. He was sitting on the edge […]

September 1, 2023

The Woman from Angers

By Catherine Kim

The Kenyon Review · “The Woman from Angers” by Catherine Kim I.                Proposals When I was growing up, our family seemed unremarkable and predictable in every way. My parents, and […]

August 31, 2023


By Madeleine Wattenberg

You enter my eye as if willingly, a flesh-filled hologram, acids and enzymes teething on your figure’s edge. Satellite, illusory bird’s-eye view: circling, bright bite through the dark window, desiring […]

August 31, 2023

Someone’s at the Door

By Donika Kelly

Confused pessary for ossuary plastic ring for a house of bones a stone box for the sinking earth another way to imagine collapse prolapsarian the apple its seeds its vascular […]

August 31, 2023


By Zoë Bossiere

The Kenyon Review · “Roleplay” by Zoe Bossiere As an amateur fortune teller, Katie’s favorite after-school activity was predicting the future. Too young for tea leaves or tarot cards, instead […]

August 31, 2023

Lo-Fi Citadels

By Andrew Collard

Now that I have been estranged from them, the corridors and signals of the grid seem little more than an intrusion on the landscape and the people commuting through it, […]