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Taylor Benson is an artist and illustrator who currently resides in the city of Tacoma, Washington.
I looked for it in the afterlight lapping the edge
of the long valley. I sought it in canopy, in the horizon’s
fringe, past. . .
We bring the harvest and lay it at an altar
of bread crust, pierced gold earrings, and the bones of our first born
Banana. . .
You’re supposed to thank the fumes. To be grateful / for the toxic patch on the rail track.
On New York’s efforts to quantify and exploit the “eco” dollars out of every living cedar, oak, ash, and pine.
Two new novels set in contemporary East Asia look unsparingly at wealth and beauty.
Fernanda Melchor's scorching novel of femicide.