by Adam Rothstein

Throwing Fire-Balls Like the Rest: Whitman and Drones


Like absent angels, hovering invisibly over the North American continent, drones maintain a clandestine presence in Whitman’s poetry.

Creation and Collapse Through The Thrift Store


The Shelley I admire is the the other half of the famous couple: the Shelley who built a monster. I look at each consumerist tragedy as if it were a parts list, rather than an approach to sincerity by way of a font of irony.