In “Dinner” and “Blue,” Asha Marie uses powerful imagery to explore family and the self.
The Parallax staff interviews Allison Benis White, an author and professor of poetry.
Chester Wilson writes a series of unusual images that captivate the reader.
Van Donsel’s pieces explores grand American imagery and poetry itself.
Jane Wong, a poet interested in rewriting histories, meets with Parallax Editors Emily Clarke and Kalista Puhnaty to discuss her upcoming projects and her writerly insight.
Matthew Salesses is an editor, teacher, and writer of nonfiction and fiction. During Matthew’s Idyllwild Arts visit, Parallax editors spoke with him about his writing style and the process of writing I’m Not Saying, I’m Just Saying.
Parallax editors sit down with Kelly Luce to discuss writing, publishing, and her latest book: “Three Scenarios in Which Hana Sasaki Grows a Tail”
This poem by Calli Hilvitz identifies the relationship between growing up and traumatic experiences.
Parallax staff members talk writing and strange, short fiction stories with J. Robert Lennon.
Emily Boyle uses her thick and cunning diction to enhance her unique and vivid imagery of a twisted relationship in her poem Caribou.