Nothing about Tomorrow How will it be different in the future? It probably won’t. Is there a future? There are the limits of the body: age / illness / something else not said out loud. For example, yesterday I couldn’t … Continue reading “Four Poems”
Phoebe Glick is a writer concerned with preserving queer intimacy under the carceral State. Her work has appeared online and in print at Prelude, No Dear, Apogee, and elsewhere, and she has been supported by the Poetry Project, Jack Kerouac School for Disembodied Poetics, and Pratt Institute. She teaches writing as a CUNY adjunct.