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Contributors’ Corner: Jeff Tigchelaar
Interviews

Contributors’ Corner: Jeff Tigchelaar

Welcome to “Contributors’ Corner,” where each week we open the floor to one of our contributors to the journal. This week, we hear from Jeff Tigchelaar, whose poems appear in 3.3. Jeff Tigchelaar’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in journals including Pleiades, LIT, North American Review, The Offending Adam, Flint Hills Review, and The Wallace Stevens Journal, and in anthologies including Best … Continue reading

This One Summer, by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki
Reviews

This One Summer, by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki

This One Summer, by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki. New York, New York: First Second Books. 320 pages. $17.99, paper. Summer is float-time for some people, especially kids, and as This One Summer‘s pre-adolescent protagonist Rose says, “It feels good. Floating. It feels like flying.” But it’s worth noting that Rose clings to an inner-tube as she … Continue reading

I Like the Idea of a Little Kid Walking Into a Comic Store and Finding Something They Can Sink Their Teeth Into: An Interview with Jesse Moynihan
Interviews

I Like the Idea of a Little Kid Walking Into a Comic Store and Finding Something They Can Sink Their Teeth Into: An Interview with Jesse Moynihan

Read a page of Jesse Moynihan’s Forming. Really. One. They’re all available for free on his website for you try-it-before-you-buy-it types, and for those of you who don’t have a comic book store, or the type of store that stocks collections published by Nobrow Press. I’ll do it with you: I just flipped open my … Continue reading

On the Street of Divine Love, by Barbara Hamby
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On the Street of Divine Love, by Barbara Hamby

On the Street of Divine Love, by Barbara Hamby. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh Press. 144 pages. $16.95, paper. Barbara Hamby’s On the Street of Divine Love is magnificent. Containing fifteen new poems and a distillation of her previous four collections, it should secure her place among the best American poets. Hamby is the master of … Continue reading

Contributors’ Corner: Abigail Welhouse
Interviews

Contributors’ Corner: Abigail Welhouse

Welcome to “Contributors’ Corner,” where each week we open the floor to one of our contributors to the journal. This week, we hear from Abigail Welhouse, whose poems appear in 2.2. Abigail Welhouse’s writing has appeared in the Heavy Feather Review, The Toast, Yes Poetry, Lyre Lyre, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She studies poetry and translation in the MFA program at … Continue reading