Month: March 2016

Featured: Punch Lines

Gary Glauber
Listen to the poem below.

She is the empress of exaggeration,
hyperbole her summer home.
She uses the largest knives to
cut the smallest items:
mincing, dicing, never explaining
something we’ve come to expect.
Her bold stories …

Featured: Northwest Passage

Todd Mercer
Listen to the poem:

Ingenue on foot for miles
northwest from the Logan Square station,
the weather couldn’t be better. She diagnoses
neighborhoods, their themes and aims,
quirks, and social cures. Steadily outward,
past Milwaukee Avenue …