Considerations on the Death of a Dog (tr. Robert Bononno)
Jean Grenier

Considerations on the Death of a Dog (tr. Robert Bononno)

There was a time — I’m not sure how long it went on — when I lost interest. I simply forgot about him.
Methylene Blue
Alan Fishbone

Methylene Blue

I was sitting around in New York unemployed when the phone call came: my old friend Arno’s wife Mary, in tears. The story she told me was roughly this: Arno had gone to the South of France to help sail a yacht across the Atlantic. The boat

Careful Now
Ruth Josimovich

Careful Now

Alma Vassov leans forward at her desk, intent, silent, chin resting on tightly clasped hands, unread term papers before her. Unseen, Luc’s postcard from France — small gray stone church ...

Available Light
David Alexander

Available Light

As a poet/translator/teacher my partner Richard Howard has more books than one can count.

Four by Stu Watson
Stu Watson

Four by Stu Watson

He represses you to represent that which
Almost escapes imagination’s scope.
Thus, in an obvious allegory, he
Has kept you in a cage in a Cambridge suite,
Hallucinatory Flights
Daniel Hayes

Hallucinatory Flights

Any sense of photography's miracle is largely passé, at least in theoretical circles; no one wants to be hoodwinked by the ...

Gaywyck
Vincent Virga

Gaywyck

Gaywyck, the first book of the Gaywyck Trilogy, was first published in 1980. Touted as the first Gay Gothic novel, ...

The Lamentations of Morgana Neri
James McCourt

The Lamentations of Morgana Neri

The Lamentations of Morgana Neri, Soprano, late of the Metropolitan Opera ...

LA 182
Matthew Corey

LA 182

Pretty much the main highway into Cajun country and the bayou out of New Orleans. ...

4 + 1 by Baudelaire (tr. Frank Guan)
Frank Guan

4 + 1 by Baudelaire (tr. Frank Guan)

Six years ago I began to translate, one by one, the poems of Baudelaire. It was the summer of 2007, and I had just turned twenty-one and completed a third year of college ...

New Poems
R. Tristan DeWitt

New Poems

Brushing up against a body of water,
Her hand moves gently through the cool.

Though we stayed awhile,
We couldn't keep each other dry ...

The Chantorel Workshop: Artists and their Habits (tr. Robert Bononno)
Frantz Jourdain

The Chantorel Workshop: Artists and their Habits (tr. Robert Bononno)

His eyes half closed, his arms crossed and his head bent, he rose and returned to his seat unthinkingly, without abandoning the ecstatic torpor into which he had plunged. ...

To This Day
Robert C.L. Crawford

To This Day

From a mountain on a snow-sprinkled field
Every shade of coolness opened
An avenue falling different to the eye.
Stuck betwixt the blinking ships ...