June 17, 2016


'Unnatural Frenchmen'

Claire Cage traces how the celibacy of the clergy in France went from being contested by the philosophes, to being proscribed by the state in the period of terror.

Poem | Mowing

for what I hope is the last time / until spring, I remember the house at the bottom / of Canal Street, its back / porch sinking / into a kingdom of tall weeds...
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