Boxcar Poetry Review - Issue 24

Utterance. What is almost said on the threshold between land and water, freedom and captivity, the living and the dead. The poems in this issue revolve around the ineffable, the crossing point of sacred and profane. Apocalyptic at times, these poems flirt with the "inconceivable white fire" of worlds we confront, but can't quite fathom.
    Our summer issue is accompanied by images from Laurie Schorr's Three-Sided Coins series, a rich conversation between first book poets Brent Goodman and Suzanne Frischkorn on loss and making anew, a fascinating discussion between Jehanne Dubrow and Leslie Harrison on what lies beyond the first book, and three new reviews of books by Jee Leong Koh, Robin Ekiss, and Austin Kleon.

Boxcar Poetry Review - ISSN 1931-1761