New poetry by Jordan Abel in Volume 10 Number 4.

Poetry from a Contemporary Uyghur Anthology by Maidina Kadeer.

Vol. 9, No. 1 / PoetryThe Good ArabsBy Eli Tareq El Bechelany-LynchThe Good Arabs By Eli Tareq El Bechelany-Lynch Metonymy Press (2021)Share ArticleMaa al SalamaWith age, we become more intimate, something that makes us both sweat if only we could speak more plainly, instead, we sweat and we sweat the past becomes the present when we speak it into existence …

Vol. 8, No. 4 / PoetryCOVID CarePoetry by Salimah ValianiBy Salimah ValianiImage Credit: Soheila Esfahani – Cultured Pallets.Share Article1 quarantined at first port of entry in sunny sardine Airbnb your 7 year old turns the glass box shower into COVEED lab fills out a form screening your symptoms and submits it to the Police you know then that the many …

Summoning the ghosts of history and politics, Iron Goddess of Mercy explores the complexities of identity through the lens of rage and empowerment.

Vol. 7, No. 4 / PoetryBittersweetBy Natasha RamoutarBittersweet By Natasha Ramoutar Mawenzi House Publishers (2020)Share ArticleMany TonguesI do not speak in my mother’s tongue of exasperated sighs and soft laughs, those noises that sit side to slight smiles I do not speak the dialect of my grandmother, struggling to imitate her voice as she says yuh tek yuh eyes and …

Vol. 7, No. 4 / Poetry eat salt/ gaze at the oceanBy Junie DésilThis poem is excerpted from the collection eat salt/ gaze at the ocean by Junie Désil. Published by talonbooks (2020). Excerpt appears with permission from the publisher.Share ArticleI Can’t Breathewords gasped in death breathe life into Black Lives matter i have searched looked at the names those …

Vol. 6, No. 2 / PoetryOn Poetry and ComplexityA Conversation at the Interface of Art and Science.Madhur Anand, Rae Armantrout, Roald Hoffman, Sarah Tolmie, and Osheen HarruthoonyanOsheen Harruthooyynyan – Black MirrorShare ArticleEditor’s note: thank you to Madhur Anand and Tom Cho for editorial assistance. Images by Osheen Harruthoonyan.On March 27, 2018, a group of over one hundred participants gathered at the …

Vol. 5, No. 3 / PoetryJunie Désil: Poetry ReadingBy Junie DésilRecorded at the Rungh Relaunch Party on February 10, 2018Share ArticleJunie Désil is a Haitian-Canadian poet who has performed at various literary events and festivals. Her work has appeared in Room Magazine, PRISM International, The Capilano Review, and CV2.MoreExplore More RunghRungh ArchiveDownload PDFs of the print magazine since 1992. View the …

Vol. 5, No. 3 / PoetryRahat Kurd: Poetry ReadingBy Rahat KurdRecorded at the Rungh Relaunch Party on February 10, 2018Share ArticleRahat Kurd is co-author with Sumayya Syed of The City That is Leaving Forever: Kashmiri Letters (Talonbooks, 2021) and the poetry collection Cosmophilia (Talonbooks, 2015).MoreExplore More RunghRungh ArchiveDownload PDFs of the print magazine since 1992. View the preserved website since …