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February 28, 2018

Ella Marilla, "For I Have Come to Jiffy Lube"

For many a thing claims FREE-ness, while hiding its cost in your coolant, Your Pennzoil. I’m bored, For this People Magazine Is an old People Magazine, For these aren’t the stars they once were,

September 23, 2017

Mikayla Avila Vila "The One About the Dead Horse"

It starts when Jinete Camacho decides to get his beloved Paso Fino Mamey stuffed after she's totally wrecked by an '85 Suzuki Swift near KM 12, just outside of Yauco. A freak accident next to a stand selling American-style donuts that leaves the road closed, but not un-taken, since traffic never stops for anyone on the island, not even a flipped hatchback and a half-dismantled horse.

September 23, 2017

Sharing in Deeper Ways: An Interview with Michael Devine of Famous Letter Writer

Michael Devine is an Associate Professor at SUNY Plattsburgh and the Poetry Editor for Saranac Review. However, he also fronts a band he formed called Famous Letter Writer. His wife, Julia, plays keyboards and sings; Zach Hirsch is the drummer. “Famous Letter Writer is not so much a band as it is a concept, a collective,” Devine says. “It's also a character, each song a different chapter.” Attempting to bridge the gap between pop culture and poetics with his music, Devine explains the concept of his band.