By: Stephanie Burt
Brussel Sprouts on the Stalk
Self-Portrait as Kitty Pryde
By: Karinne Keithley Syers
Poetry as a life-saving form of thought.
By: Amanda French
She refused, refused, refused.
By: Anthony Miller
An opium-addled polymath.
By: Brian Berger
His imagination was prodigious.
By: Lynn Peril
Her look said: “Leave me the fuck alone.”
“Throb, baffled and curious brain!”
He charges us to commit to the world’s relentless unsettling.
By: Franklin Bruno
Elected to poetry like a fucking nun with a “vocation.”
He elevated intertextuality to a literary theology.
By: Joshua Glenn
Celebrating thirteen HiLo Heroes about whom we wrote in 2012.
By: Mike Fleisch
Ex postcard facto
Celebrating thirteen HiLo Heroes about whom we wrote in 2011.
By: Matthew Battles
A change-ringing verse for the turning of the year.