Pushcart nominee, On Apophasis and a Bee, by Karen An-hwei Lee

our fourth nominee, from issue 10.2 On Apophasis and a Bee     A buttered roll and a dinner bee are not in this line. Orthography is a roll baked at a spelling contest. The spotlights on the spellers, I mean, burning at roll call. See, neither role-play nor dinner rolls. On apophasis, a translator … Continue reading Pushcart nominee, On Apophasis and a Bee, by Karen An-hwei Lee

Pushcart nominee: Seven Lessons from the Book of Sharks, by Rob Carney

our second nominee, from issue 10.1 Seven Lessons  from the Book of Sharks Before mountains rose from the ocean so clouds had somewhere to arrive, before ice carved canyons and brought the valleys soil, before seeds taught Color to everything and Color turned Quiet into birds, before people and singing and feathers ornamenting dancers there … Continue reading Pushcart nominee: Seven Lessons from the Book of Sharks, by Rob Carney