Delany Burk takes a look at Adultolescence, and why the poetry collection isn’t worth picking up.
In “Dinner” and “Blue,” Asha Marie uses powerful imagery to explore family and the self.
Van Donsel’s pieces explores grand American imagery and poetry itself.
Halsey Hutchinson has taken multiple new perspectives on your average, mundane marshmallow, to evoke a whole new richness from the treat.
A poem by Rowan Brown.
Winding through the music Bach and Ekphrasis writing, Parallax editors sit down with published writer David Wright and converse about what defines a poem, the responsibility of poetry, and how it interacts with the world of art.
This poem, by Farah Ghafoor, explores synthetics in processes and personality.
Emma Crockford explores the connection between mourning and childhood, through the alluring analogy of snake skin.
In By The Sea, Francesca Ciampa illustrates the beauty of the seashore during the evening. She uses vivid imagery to broaden the reader’s senses.
Parallax editors sit down with Kelly Luce to discuss writing, publishing, and her latest book: “Three Scenarios in Which Hana Sasaki Grows a Tail”