#selfieswithpoetry is something of an ars poetica.
Nate Logan and JJ Rowan’s chapbook mcmxciv (Shirt Pocket Press, 2018) explores the year 1994, its budding technology, and the void it left.
Enikő Vághy interviews Kristina Dolce about reflective tarot, ritual work and what’s on her altar, and reading beer foam.
Argonaut To empty feels good, to purge interior of self, something warm gushing forth, a surge of possessiveness, of jealousy for what shapes my body could take, before my edges grew smudged. Any answer will erase us, I am not alone in this vanishing, how when I walk from the train to my college…
Elisa Grajeda-Urmston’s Soundcheck: A Musician’s Journey in Song and Verse (Jamii Books, 2018, with artwork by Tamara Adams) is written “for every girl who ever played a guitar.”
Enikő Vághy: Hello, numinous community, and welcome to another round of Cards on the Table. Today, I have the joy of speaking with Gary Howell who has come highly recommended by our Founding EIC, Fox Frazier-Foley, and Director Emeritas of Digital Outreach, Saumya Arya Haas. Gary, it is a pleasure to speak with you. Would…
“Transmigration,” a poem by Jeff Pearson.
So Long the Sky by Mary Kovaleski Byrnes examines what it takes to make a life in a new place through the personas of Russian and Polish immigrants.
it’s not like we came here to cause trouble…
Social justice is central to Agape’s mission, and we thought we’d share with you some books that have changed and challenged us.
Enikő Vághy interviews Jezmina Von Thiele about her spiritual practices, her go-to Tarot deck, and the intersection of Tarot and poetry.
In Sarah Lilius’ GIRL (Dancing Girl Press, 2017), the girls carve out pieces of themselves in a world of harassers and violence, in a world of Trump.