Safa Khatib

Refaat, your death visited me. It stood across from me in the dim room.   I told your death “I am ready. I am ready.” Your death stared back, unimpressed.   I sat in the wooden chair I arranged in … Continue reading “Rendition”

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Kay Gabriel

Any poetic writing about and through pop culture wants to flush the residues of a Romantic ideology of original virtuosic composition without also thereby disposing of the subject. Kathy Acker describes the insouciant fun of unoriginal writing: “It’s like a … Continue reading “Action Kevin”

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