The Impossible Sentence
Torres has collaborated with artists creating interdisciplinary performances.
PRAISE! ALL PRAISE! JOHN SIMS PRAISE POEM!By Bob Holman
FEB 2023 | In Memoriam
In Memory of John Sims
An Epic Poem for Queens, NY: Carolyn Ferrell’s Dear Miss MetropolitanBy J. C. Hallman
JUL-AUG 2021 | Books
In breadth and skill, insight and innovation, Dear Miss Metropolitan takes its place alongside Roberto Bolaños 2666 among the most profound works of literature to have emerged from crimes so horrific they became international sensations. Years in the making, emerging from a mind transformed by decades in a chrysalis, the book leaves one heaving a glorious sigh, feeling that it was well worth the wait, and harboring a secret hope that the next cocoon will crack more quickly.
Natashia Deón’s The Perishing & Louise Erdrich’s The SentenceBy Yvonne C. Garrett
NOV 2021 | Books
These two very different novels explore issues of race, gender, and the history of white supremacy in the U.S.
From an ongoing untitled poem for Lewis WarshBy Anselm Berrigan
MARCH 2021 | Poetry
Anselm Berrigan is the poetry editor for the Brooklyn Rail. He lives and grew up in the somewhat lower part of Manhattan.