Luiza Louback addresses an imperative issue facing Rio de Janeiro in her beautifully heartbreaking poem.
With inventive poetic choices and resounding imagery, Mollie Schofer’s poetry is eye-grabbing, funny, and powerful.
Min Lee tugs at your heartstrings in this creative non-fiction piece which takes the reader through the journey of a tiger’s life and death.
Alicia Mountain is a lesbian poet, PhD candidate, and assistant editor of the Denver Quarterly. Mountain earned her MFA at the University of Montana in Missoula. Her debut collection, High Ground Coward (Iowa, 2018), was selected by Brenda Shaughnessy to win the Iowa Poetry Prize. She is also the author of Thin Fire, selected by… Continue reading
The Parallax staff interviews Allison Benis White, an author and professor of poetry.
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.
In this poem, Segolene Pihut explores the interchangeability of terrain and relationships through the physicality of the human body.
Phone List, by Emily Clarke and Danae Devine, is a poem that emphasizes the strains of an abusive relationship.
Grace Vedock explores the conflicting drive of creative passion and its often exhausting nature in this piece.