Colorado State University Center for Literary Publishing

Poetry

I will not kick my friends

Apr, 03 2018 | no responses

Winter balances insight with compassion, and reaches for the ineffable with humility and courage, so that her investigations become our own.

Bright Raft in the Afterweather

Mar, 27 2018 | no responses

Make no mistake; these are ecological poems, but not of an idyllic moment void of our mark. We are equally part of nature, and our separation has been our folly. What is our story?

Sleep Paralysis

Mar, 26 2018 | no responses

Like the best ecopoetry of our age, Sleep Paralysis teaches us to pay attention to the signs of the time: to the endangered animals and human animals that have been reduced to phantoms of their former selves.

After We All Died

Mar, 22 2018 | no responses

There’s no way around it, but there is a way. And that way is to know our own holes, to know ourselves as driven through and perishable, ourselves as riddled by otherness, by otherness we are bound to love.

Spleen Elegy

Mar, 02 2018 | no responses

Perhaps like all memories, particularly traumatic ones, the relationships between the lyric speaker and observable world in Spleen Elegy are all pixelated phenomena, shifting in and out of focus, hardness.

A Turkish Dictionary

Mar, 01 2018 | no responses

Wessels continuously tries to overcome the problem of representation by projecting his images onto an intricate, arabesque structure where it becomes almost impossible to trace the end or the beginning of distinct phenomena.

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