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  • 11:23 and other poems

    Published: 18/02/2017
    She tells me to make small fists so they can find the blood flow, and with each river that bubbles up I feel sparks of forgotten aggression. Swallow the needle. Search for a strength of tide. They cou ... Read more
  • Evidence, Agency and Bad Faith

    Published: 18/02/2017
    Since it might be extremely important for us to do something difficult, we can have excellent practical reasons to do it even if we don’t have evidence in light of which we can rationally predict that ... Read more
  • Poem of the Day: Canary

    Published: 18/02/2017
    Billie Holiday’s burned voice had as many shadows as lights, a mournful candelabra against a sleek piano, the gardenia her signature under that ruined face. (Now you’re cooking, drummer to bass,    ma ... Read more
  • Pessoptimism of the Will

    Published: 14/02/2017
    On the Absurd Fictions of Emile Habiby Anjuli Raza Kolb February 14, 2017 There is a word that has been hovering around me like a familiar since the morning after the U.S. presidential election. It co ... Read more
  • Unspeakable Stop-overs

    Published: 14/02/2017
    'We greet our elders where they’ve waited all year for us, sitting black and white on the shelf, and at first they make us pay our distance, their deep cold frowns as unmoveable as if they’d been set ... Read more
  • Poem of the Day: You, Therefore

    Published: 13/02/2017
    You are like me, you will die too, but not today:    you, incommensurate, therefore the hours shine:    if I say to you “To you I say,” you have not been    set to music, or broadcast live on the ghos ... Read more