The God of Importance
by Philip Memmer

That book you loved—the heavy one listing your human words and what they mean— it’s still where you left it all those years ago: on the crowded bottom shelf, three books from the left, in the parlor by your rented summer room. Since then it’s not been opened…it’s not been touched, except by the housekeeper, … Continue reading The God of Importance
by Philip Memmer

Sappho Collaborations:
But I To You
by Eileen Moeller

FRAGMENT #40 In the dream you asked me for love, but I, to you, of a white goat sang instead How she climbed the rocks and couldn’t get down, how her bleating called the wolf out, gave him a hunger, her scent sliding lightly toward him on the air Tell me this doesn’t scare you, … Continue reading Sappho Collaborations:
But I To You
by Eileen Moeller

Incantation for Akimbo
by Jen Karetnick

For awry For aslope For askew For shaped into a crook For throwing an awkward elbow For the handles of jugs and impertinent teapots For sharp-pointed For bow-bent For the etymology of battle (in common use) From Old Norse to Middle English as applied to spear, spike, dagger, goad, hook, anchor, axe, knife, sword— Let … Continue reading Incantation for Akimbo
by Jen Karetnick