Attention Drift: An Interview with Mark Payne

Attention Drift: An Interview with Mark Payne

I feel like the poet’s role, or poetry’s role, anyway is to disequilibriate, that is to say, to throw everything out of balance with disharmonious attachments. I think poetry is really good at that. Disequilibriation might be the beginning of liberation.

Edition #32

Edition #32

Trending: Florida! The invasion has begun. Feeling a little tropical, Chicago? WTT? couldn’t be more proud to see our own cracked out home state finally trending somewhere aside from Buzzfeed. McCraney addressing the “fancy people” at the Palmer...
Layering of Slices: ATOM-r Presents The Operature

Layering of Slices: ATOM-r Presents The Operature

  By Autumn Hays This past Friday I attended The Operature an exhibition by the collective ATOM-r (Anatomical Theatres of Mixed Reality) at the National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago. This exhibition was held in two parts an interactive installation and 90...
On Courage

On Courage

“Courage is the great enabling virtue that allows one to realize other virtues like love and hope and faith. To have courage is to be willing to look unflinchingly at catastrophic circumstances and muster the will to overcome the fear, never to fully erase and...
J=o=u=i=s=s=a=n=c=e Knows Best

J=o=u=i=s=s=a=n=c=e Knows Best

J=o=u=i=s=s=a=n=c=e Knows Best PS: I misread “you” instead of the “I” you have. How does this change the tone of the text? How does this change the idiomatic expression itself: “I break for strangers” or “I will rock you like a...