“Never with a doll or book /you listen to crickets”–an evocative lyric that reminds us of the power of the image.
“Echolocation,” “radar,” and a “council on the ecstatic.”
Ever been in a relationship you dreaded? Kyle Benson shows us how to avoid making the same mistakes.
Tina Cane engages in a tender, imaginary correspondence with the acclaimed, pseudonymous Italian author.
Diane Lockward celebrates the beauty of the everyday man.
Knowing is the difference between wandering aimlessly to a purpose-driving life.
Are you in touch with touching? Kyle Benson reminds us to converse with our partner to enhance intimacy.
Gary Bouchard’s poem isn’t “ripped from the headlines”; it is a headline. Not to mention a razor sharp persona poem on male desire and small town expectations.
A young Guatemalan’s story of survival is taking social media by storm, and for good reason.
We mix up sex, intimacy and desire with disastrous results. Kyle Benson guides us through this slippery topic.
Are you serious? I have to plan for sex! Kyle Benson tells us why this is important . . . if you want your relationship to succeed.
In tight couplets, John Trigonis writes of desire, car wrecks, desperation, and Superbowl XLII.
What do you do when you’re pushing away the person you love even though you realize what you’re doing?
Mark Ward offers two–or is it three?–interweaving narratives of queer desire in this poem.
Achieving what you truly want doesn’t have to be a lonely marathon when you have the power of others at your disposal…