LOOK AT HER, undulating like a snake and disguised as a goddess. Anyway, she’s more life in her than most people I know. Vibrates. And it’s still a good Sunday.
He walked through to the dark, smoky part of the café and eyed the table he assumed had to be his.
interviewed by Derek Alger
Alfred Corn has published several collections of poetry over the years, including his first collection All Roads at Once (1976), A Call in the Midst of the Crowd: Poems (1978), The Various Light (1980), Notes from a Child of Paradise (1984), and Tables (Press 53, 2013). Other collections are The West Door: Poems (1988), Autobiographies: Poems (1992), Stake: Selected Poems, 1972-1992, and Contradictions: Poems (2002).
interviewed by Emily Frankoski
Born in Czech Republic, visual artist Dagmar Hrickova (Dag-mar H-ree-ck-ova) has led a somewhat nomadic life, taking inspiration and perspective from an array of ever-changing countries, surroundings, and cultures.