Erin Breen uses her geographic perspective to review Kathleen Rooney’s poetry collection, Robinson Alone.
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Stephanie Guo, the marzipan-loving flute player, takes us on a trip through a Shanghai market.
Isaac Dwyer peers around Azareen Van Der Vliet Oloomi’s Fra Keeler, and finds a whole lot of neuroses, pomegranates, and manila folders.
Talking to inanimate objects is something that Stephanie Guo, the marzipan-loving flute-player, understands.
Erin Breen’s short story “The Enchanted Family Forest” explores the decay of a family and its patriarch.
Amalia Bowen-Sicalides’s poem “Apocalypse” deals with an apocalypse of the heart.
Luis is a sophomore at IAA, the Parallax poetry editor, and in this piece he explores a love story in the month of November.
Dante Yardas´s poem, a winner in the Parallax-Online Apocalypse Writing Contest, takes us to the depths of the apocalypse.
Sabrina talks poetry and activism with Andrea Gibson.