In this section, we at Moon-Birds will regularly offer recommendations from our own witchy, weird, wild, and wicked playlists. Feast your ears on this, and get magickal.
Not all poems are forks. And certainly not all forks are poems. Some are just forks. Some should really be spoons. Utensils, like writing, are tools for the job. Sporks are always useless.
- “A Lumpy, Misshapen Book: Talking With Elissa Washuta” by Katharine Coldiron in The Rumpus
- “Not all poems are forks” by Sam Herschel Wein in Cotton Xenomorph
- “Jiřina Šiklová’s Apology: A Column In Two Parts” by Andrea Goldbergerova in Apofenie
- “The Greatness of Thomas Lux: A Look2 Essay” by Stuart Dischell in Ploughshares Issue 136: Summer 2018
- “The Future Is (Not) Disabled” by Marieke Nijkamp in Uncanny Magazine
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