How do we work? Is it a pleasure, or a task? New poems from Adrienne Christian and Molly Gloss explore methods of working in occupations both creative and stifling.
Month: February 2010
The heart is deceitful above all things … who can know it? Jeremiah 17:9 In this freezing season, poetry by Bennett Huffman and William Conable on the hidden qualities of workers.
At the half-year mark, we investigate the morality of WORK with a poem by Benjamin Nardolilli and short fiction by Chris Kerr. Also, a couple lines on the recent Supreme Court decision.
This week: something for everyone. We feature the second installment in our series on film: an interview with Jason L. (You can read the first part here.) Also, an excerpt by acclaimed author Evelyn Sharenov, a poem by Robert Neuteboom.