The fire swayed and dodged the men.
When they smacked at the fire, it jumped.

Michael Chitwood, "The Elements Will Have Their Way" from Issue 8

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Spring #23

Feature: Gems of the 21st

FEATURE:
GEMS OF THE 21ST

Adrienne Su
 Art is Long, Planets Short: The Lasting Power of Carol Ann Duffy's "The Woman in the Moon"

Emily Mohn-Slate
 "Gender's Tidy Little Story": On Stacey Waite's "The Kind of Man I Am at the DMV"

Anders Carlson-Wee
 What Essy Stone Done to Us

Tony Hoagland
 Speculative Solutions to the Political Poem: Ann Killough's "Statue of Liberty"

Chiyuma Elliott
 "Your Body Everywhere": Time and Forgiveness in Carl Phillips's "Since You Ask"

Keith Kopka
 "Arch-Talk" and the Postmodern Gall of Josh Bell and Mark Bibbins

Veronica Schuder
 Stumbling into the Sublime: Claire Bateman's "Another Poem on Blue"

Mario Chard
 The Present Deeply: The 21st-Century Love Poem