by William Repass

The Book of Sleep – Haytham El Wardany

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THE BOOK OF SLEEP leaves us with the triad of sleep, revolution, and poetry, each inseparable from the other. When we separate life from its utility, we come closer to free play, to liberation as an ever-ongoing struggle.

The Dirty Text – Soleida Ríos

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Ríos develops the dream as a genre to itself — a real fiction, a fictional real.

Devonte Travels the Sorry Route – T.J. Anderson III

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Poetry starves without the sharing of ideas and drafts, books and meals, misery and laughter.