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Going Husk: Engine Empire by Cathy Park Hong

Prophecy tends to be dangerous for its prophets: remember the addled, broken spasms of those young women at Delphi or ancient shamans gone wild from solitude, raving hermits deep in dense thickets of white birch. It’s a tricky line of work. Engine Empire, the new collection of poems by Cathy Park Hong, is an attempt […]

The Bottomless Well #2

“Very deep is the well of the past; should we not call it bottomless?” – Thomas Mann, Joseph and His Brothers III. A Space To Think In the liner notes to his landmark 1978 album Music for Airports/Ambient 1, legendary music producer Brian Eno defined the genre he was inventing like this: Whereas the extant […]