TIE Poet of the Month: ‘Life Here Is All’ from Blood Work by Dan Hoy

Life here is all about the blood in your mouth & how language tastes wrong. Dan Hoy is the author of The Deathbed Editions (Octopus Books, forthcoming 2015), Omegachurch (Solar ...

‘Ombreglio di Brancoli’ by Suzanne Parker

Ombreglio di Brancoli by Suzanne Parker So I have traveled to a place where I can’t speak the language though it is not an unusual language—Italian—but it is not my ...

TIE Poet of the Month: ‘Eat What Comes’ from Blood Work by Dan Hoy

Eat what comes from the sun. This is the first power. All worlds begin with its surrender. Dan Hoy is the author of The Deathbed Editions (Octopus Books, forthcoming 2015), ...

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‘Ombreglio di Brancoli’ by Suzanne Parker

Ombreglio di Brancoli by Suzanne Parker So I have traveled to a ...
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TIE Poet of the Month: ‘Life Here Is All’ from Blood Work by Dan Hoy

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