February 27, 2019

In Defense of On the Road

By Aatif Rashid

Two years ago, I was sitting in a Starbucks and reading On the Road (aware, of course, of the irony of reading something with such an anti-consumerist ethos in such […]

April 19, 2012

Mix Tape: Word for Word

By Maggie Smith

Rachel Zucker thinks “it’s important for poets to occasionally try to articulate ‘what kind’ of poetry they write.” Check out this compilation—part one and part two—of various poets’ responses to […]

December 29, 2011

Mix Tape: Another Year’s Best List

By Maggie Smith

For my last post of the year, here’s a look back at ten of my favorite literary tidbits from Mix Tape 2011—the sublime, the ridiculous, and a few things not […]