Poetry

 

 

"Don't Let The Fascists Speak" by Pat Parker

This has been a tumultuous year for many of us. Politically, representationally: everything. The poems in this issue entangle the poetics of speaking and making in an unstable and growing landscape, where everything must be forensically catalogued and re-imagined. They are poems that wrestle the present, and challenge our significations. They are poems of refusal, contradiction and voyage. 

Eunsong Kim
July, 2017

 

Eunsong Kim

Eunsong Kim is a writer and educator residing in southern California. Her essays on literature, digital cultures, and art criticism have appeared and are forthcoming in: Scapegoat, Lateral, The New Inquiry, Model View Culture, AAWW’s The Margins, and in the book anthologies, Global Poetics, Critical Archival Studies, and Reading Modernism with Machines. Her poetry has or will been published in: Denver Quarterly, Seattle Review, Feral Feminisms, Minnesota Review, Interim, Iowa Review, and Action Yes. She was the recipient of a 2015 Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for the blog contemptorary and her first book of poems will be published by Noemi press in 2017.