Issue One, May 1st, 2013

Nichols Arboretum

(“Nicholas Arboretum” – Robin Dluzen)

Scroll through to read the issue in order, or click the links below.


“An Introduction to Matter: A Journal of Political Poetry and Commentary


“Dear Sister” – Fady Joudah

“My Walter Benjamin” – Lucy Biederman

“(Soma)tic Poetry Ritual and resulting poem” – CA Conrad

“Poem in the Form of Psalm and Lament”
“How My Existentially Problematic Novel Unfolds”
– Kyle McCord

“The Poem of Sentence Nine with No End” – Gene Tanta

“awesome camera” – Laura Goldstein

“Comrade District Attorney” – Larry Sawyer

“When I Was a Child, I Lived as a Child, I Said to My Dad” – Philip Metres

“My Lover Says Nothing” – Jesse Nathan

“Dear Corporation,”“Dear Corporation,” – Adam Fell

from “As We Know” – Amaranth Borsuk and Andy Fitch

“Industrial Strength Forever”
“Party Time” – Lina ramona Vitkauskas


“‘Under the Bombs’: On the Failure of Protest Art, and Why We Still Need It” – Philip Metres

“Ecopoetry, Speculative Ontology, and the Disavowal of the Slaughterhouse: Some Notes on Ethics and Biopower” – Gabriel Gudding

Work by Featured Artist Robin Dluzen

“Nicholas Arboretum” (Above)
“Stacks, From the Highway”
“Power Lines, Adrian, MI”


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