Anti-Genre #7 plays with the concepts of “Walk Ins.” Halberstam’s speakers often find themselves caught in the act of interrupting others who are doing something private that they would not want us to see....Read More
Anti-Genre #6 brings us Tara Mokhtari’s rousing, film-like vignettes. Recalling “flashbulb memories,” these poems function like vivid snapshots of a moment, and the circumstances under which we heard a piece...Read More
Anti-Genre #5 reflects on our latent sources of discomfort, disorientation, and disarming. Brent Raycroft explores the “danger of the public sphere,” or the many inchoate ways that memory collides with present-tense...Read More
Our fourth installment of Anti-Genre is montage poem inspired by Langston Hughes’ Montage of a Dream Deferred. James Quinn’s “Montage of Life in a Screen” reflects on–and literally enacts–our daily...Read More
Our third installment of Anti-Genre is a thoughtful, unflinching rumination on death and the transforming moments that surround it, by Gavin Mndawe. *** Beautiful Funeral Atoms roam round a tomb stone It takes more...Read More
Our second installment of Anti-Genre features three pieces by Glen Armstrong. Each vignette invites readers to access the strange, evocative wonder of Armstrong’s vibrant imagery. *** Make an Occult Noise Here ...Read More
Fun World, View From Above, A Dissipating Mist, This Might Be Earth, and I’ll Memory You by Matthew Rotando
Matthew Rotando inaugurates our new section, “Anti-Genre,” with writings that inhabit...Read More
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