It was Ramadan. In the time of Trump. So you couldn’t just go to some restaurants, you’d have to wait until dark.
Portland Review contributor Dani Burlison sits down with Karleigh Frisbie to talk about the upcoming anthology of her zine, Lady Parts.
Only your great grandmother came straight from the kitchen to the table, still stinking of brine and iron. Resplendent in her Shabbos skirt, matte ocher blood becomes evening gloves.
Writing as counterspell, against/thoughts that quantified how much space he filled,/of how much space the air filled—how detectable/the displacement of water.
“The third indicator of spring is the arrival of prospective businessmen. They enter the woods and go from tree to tree, soliciting ‘lucrative opportunities’ to the area. One of them had long legs and a short torso. His skin was smooth and reflective.”