Saturday, November 26, 2005


by Sawako Nakayasu

Bicycle texture.

Take five radically different groups of people. The groups may radically differ in the usual categories (such as size, shape, color) or others (such as surface area, scent, hair texture, politics, emotional predicaments). Lead them by the hand, and then let go and give them a choice: field of flowers, field of gold, field of dreams, field of vision, field of applicants, filed of corn, field of bicycles, field of bicycles.

from CutBank 63/64

Wednesday, November 16, 2005


CutBank 63/64

A double-issue featuring the poetry of Sawako Nakayasu, Zachary Schomburg, Quinn Latimer, Britta Ameel, Carl Adamshick, Mark Levine, Cate Marvin, Jen Tynes & Erika Howsare, Beckian Fritz Goldberg, Jonathan Minton, Kathleen Peirce, and others; a selectin of short fiction; with Butte, Montana-based paintings by Eben Goff; and an interview with Emily Wilson, poet and author of The Keep.

Issue 63/64 will be available soon.