Wendy Lotterman
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So if you truly believe that death is on the spectrum of life / then why don't you marry it, unless you truly believe / that marriage is on the spectrum of death / in which case everyone's already invited.

Wendy Lotterman is a PhD student in comparative literature at NYU. Her writing has been published in The Claudius App, The Third Rail, BOMB, Conjunctions and elsewhere. This is her first chapbook.

Laura A. Warman

Printed in an edition of 100 | 40 pgs | 5.5" x 8.5"


Laura A. Warman is the author of How Much Does It Cost? (Cars Are Real Press), DRONE LOVE (Gauss PDF), and WILL GO FAST (Hysterically Real). She is the founder of GLASS PRESS, a publisher of art and poetry on flash drives, and a member of dadpranks, a feminist art collective. Warman has had work in shows at MOCA Cleveland, Time-Based Art Festival, Flying Object, and Open Engagement. lauraawarman.com

Galina Rymbu
White Bread

Translated from the Russian by Jonathan Brooks Platt

Printed in an edition of 100 | 34 pgs | 5.5" x 8.5"

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Galina Rymbu was born in 1990 in the city of Omsk (Siberia, Russia) and currently lives in St. Petersburg. She has published poems in the Russian journals The New Literary Observer, Air, Sho, and in the Translit series. Her first book, Moving Space of the Revolution, was published in 2014. Her poetry has also appeared in English translation in The White Review, Music & Literature, and Cosmonauts Avenue. She has published numerous essays on cinema, literature, and sexuality in Séance, Colta, and Milk and Honey (she was also the editor-in-chief of the latter). She curated “New Poetry in the Literary Institute,” an alternative education project (2012-2013), the All-Russian Week of Youth Poetry in Moscow (2013), the Arkady Dragomoshchenko Prize, and the exhibition “House of Voices: At the Margins of Language,” which addresses the death of small languages in Russia.

Jonathan Brooks Platt is Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literature at the University of Pittsburgh. He specializes in Russian and Soviet literature, art, and culture. Recent publications include “Snow White and the Enchanted Palace: A Reading of Lenin’s Architectural Cult” (Representations, 2015), “Soviet Sculpture in the Expanded FIeld” (Chto Delat newspaper, 2014), “Zoya Kosmodemianskaya between Sacrifice and Extermination” (NLO, 2013), and “The Poetics of Dry Transgression in Pushkin’s Necroerotic Verse” (Taboo Pushkin, Wisconsin UP, 2012). His monograph Greetings, Pushkin!: Stalinist Cultural Politics and the Russian National Bard is forthcoming through Pittsburgh University Press. He has translated the poetry of Kirill Medvedev, Roman Osminkin, Galina Rymbu, Pavel Arsenev, and Elena Kostyleva; artisic texts by Chto Delat, Natalia Pershina (Gluklya), Nikolay Oleynikov, and Anastasia Vepreva; and philosophical texts by Oxana Timofeeva, Aleksandr Pogrebnyak, and Andrey Platonov (with Robert Chandler).

Daniel Feinberg
Flowers & Drinks
Printed in an edition of 100 | 40 pgs | 5.5" x 8.5"


In the middle

mist red

bed room

writing poetry

eating sushi

off my own


Daniel Feinberg is a poet living in Miami Beach. His first collection BORA BORA BORA is out in the U.S. on EXILE Books and SANG BLEU Publishing in Europe.

erica lewis
Printed in an edition of 100 | 40 pgs | 5.5" x 8.5"


//teak is excerpted from the final book in the box set trilogy. Each poem takes its title from a line of a Diana Ross and The Supremes song.

Cover photo: erica lewis, from "the dead girl" series

erica lewis lives in San Francisco where she is a fine arts publicist. Books include the precipice of jupiter, camera obscura (both collaborations with artist Mark Stephen Finein) and murmur in the inventory. daryl hall is my boyfriend, book one in the box set trilogy, is just out from Barrelhouse; mary wants to be a superwoman, book two, is forthcoming from Jack White’s Third Man Books in 2017. Recent chapbooks include publications from Belladonna and Lame House Press. She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio.