She had big blue eyes, a Grecian nose, a tiny mouth with blood red lips, and when she laughed two dimples appeared on her cheeks.
i want/ to reply/ about it all/ when/ you message me/ at 3am/ about/ the grasshopper/ on/ your/ toothbrush.
Fleischmann’s essay, Time is the Thing a Body Moves Through, is a balancing act of various genres.
Instead of relaxing on a wide road of opportunities, I felt cramped and anxious. What if I got out but felt exactly the same?
I would try to point to some ordinary kindness or act of care or tenderness or beauty, which we are always in the midst of.
Nocilla Trilogy by Augustin Fernández Mallo is a beguiling, humorous, and challenging collection.
The helicopter browses over/ the city on the verge of waking, a waterfall/ of alarm./ Where is everything you try not to see?
Each month, Blurbed features a curated list of things to read, events to attend and news from Columbia Journal.
Esmé Weijun Wang talks about her new book The Collected Schizophrenias, cultural stigmas around mental illness, and “narrative therapy.”
Territory of Light by Yuko Tsushima chronicles the year-long journey of a mother and her daughter navigating a newly disorienting world.
In this interview with Grace Ann Leadbeater, Leanne Shapton talks about her upcoming book, Guestbook: Ghost Stories.
How odd, Gretchen thought, that the sun could hide behind something smaller than itself.