You’ve Never Seen Me Grill a Hotdog Before
by Dustin Hellberg

The day made everything about sex and why shouldn’t it? The day uses words like ‘sluice’ and ‘kith’. The day dares you to ‘be the real you’. The day is just another perspective among the many serious ways of defining perspective, you visitor, here in the gift shop, here among many impossible positions of the … Continue reading You’ve Never Seen Me Grill a Hotdog Before
by Dustin Hellberg

The Year That I Wasn’t Married
by Dustin Hellberg

was like the other years, but different, like that dream where your house was never yours, you rattling inside it, then someone gives you back the ring, gives your mom cancer, your best friend leaves you for her husband, and then everyone’s an armadillo rolling to different rental units. Someone gives you cancer, and everything … Continue reading The Year That I Wasn’t Married
by Dustin Hellberg

Dustin Hellberg

Dustin Hellberg is an assistant professor of literature and creative writing in the Department of English Language and Literature, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea. He has an MFA in poetry from the Iowa Writer’s Workshop, and a PhD from EGS, Switzerland. He has two forthcoming books, World Enough (Atropos), a work of criticism, and a … Continue reading Dustin Hellberg