light study, Aaron Turner.
guest edited by Siew David Hii
I Am an Elephant (2017)
Graybeal-Gowen Prize for Virginia Poetry
Judged by Oliver de la Paz
Celebrating Trans Poets from Puerto Rico
For a few dollars / I will let you own the faint smell of my mother and / a quilt that comes alive at night and tries to heal you / with spoonfuls of olive oil.
—Robin Gow, “Yard Sale”
Crossover and mess and fluidity
David Siew Hii, our editorial fellow in poetry for issue 72.2, interviews Patrycja Humienik
We Didn’t Have This Book When We Were Boys
Samuel Rafael Barber, author of “A Guide for Boys: Adventures and Other Ventures into Human Capital (Ages 6+)” from Volume 72.2, gives us insight into the origins of and voice behind this novel excerpt.