Mossy Reviews
  • IV: Chapbooks and Their Aura

    November 8, 2019 by

    Kina and I are in the middle of production on Ginger Ko’s chapbook, How glossy the plastic. (Which by the way, you should purchase. She’s a brilliant fucking poet and this book is great.) Like most of the recent books we’ve published through Garden-Door Press, it has a letterpressed cover. Our process goes something like… Read more

  • III: Aditi Machado and Andrea Abi-Karam

    September 3, 2019 by

    If you’re on poetry Twitter at all, you’ve probably seen, in the last week or so, a number of critiques of the Poetry Foundation. I think these critiques are smart and warranted, and while I start to get overly anxious when I spend too much time on Twitter, I find myself particularly interested in how… Read more

  • II: Philip Sorenson

    September 3, 2019 by

    Happy July. There’s things I like and dislike about every season, but I think summer is the time I most identify with as a poet: half of the time I feel ecstatic, energized, ready to read and sit by churning bodies of water (very easy to do in Ithaca), and half of the time I… Read more

  • I: Knar Gavin and Liz Bowen

    September 3, 2019 by

    Friends and strangers, Thank you for subscribing to my TinyLetter–this is the first of hopefully many emails I’ll write about texts I’m consuming; mostly poetry, but possibly other media as well (music? video games?). I’m currently in the process of writing the prospectus for my dissertation, which is tentatively titled Countermapping Arcadian Geographies: Rural Poetry… Read more

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