The great people at Zine-Scene published my review of Earl Wynn’s three magazines (Weirdyear, Daily Love, Yesteryear). I argue they’re examples of the new “democratized” literary community developing online.
Also, two book reviews: James Kaelen’s “We’re Getting On” and Jaspreet Singh’s “Chef” at Full Stop.
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Ulises Estrella, considered Quito’s poet, appears in Words Without Borders’ January issue. These three poems are my first published translations, and this is one of Estrella’s first appearances in translation.
Pedestrian of Quito
Metazen has kindly published “The Yolk,” which is a description of something I saw when meditating recently.