April 20, 2019

On Slow Reading, Considering, and Consuming

By Jeff Alessandrelli

It’s long been understood that going to an art museum doesn’t necessarily mean one desires to look at art, at least not for prolonged, potentially edifying periods. Articles like Artnet’s […]

January 20, 2018

Interview with Andrew Seguin

By Jeff Alessandrelli

Combining the poetic, photographic and historic, Andrew Seguin’s collection The Room In Which I Work (winner of the 2015 Omnidawn Open Book Contest) is immersive on a variety of different […]

December 1, 2017

On Mitski, Anne Carson and failure

By Jeff Alessandrelli

Sitting at my desk trying to focus, trying to write, I keep going back to two interviews. The first, by the amazing musician Mitski (check out Bury Me at Makeout […]

March 26, 2015

Beknowst & Un-

By Meg Shevenock

(Part 2 of 2 on the fragment) Scripted mostly on used envelopes, or the odd chocolate wrapper, the collected fragments left by Emily Dickinson comprise some of the most famous […]

January 19, 2012

A thousand words, a single elegy

By Andrew David King

I expected only dust when I opened the old photo album, but inside its plastic sleeves were the faces of a family. I flipped through the pages; they depicted a […]