Rank #1: Who’s That
Ana Božičević explores the feelings and emotions of spring. Produced by Sarah Geis.
Mar 18 2019
Rank #2: A poem from From A Winter Notebook
Matei Yankelevich meditates on the nature of poetic language and lingers over events from his past. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Nov 25 2019
Rank #3: Maine Coast
Lillian Yvonne Bertram meditates on conflicted romantic feelings during a summer spent in Maine. Produced by Ayana Contreras.
Aug 20 2018
Rank #4: Nothing Happened in 1999
Hayan Charara considers how the world would be different today if certain historically significant events had not taken place in the late 1990s. Produced by Sarah Geis.
Dec 31 2018
Rank #5: Taste
Jessica Laser considers wisdom, poetry, and procrastination. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Apr 15 2019
Rank #6: Goodwill, Buffalo, NY
Kimberly Lyons interrogates the purchase of second-hand clothes and the writing of poetry. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Jul 01 2019
Rank #7: Bitch Is a Word I Hear A Lot
Kim Parko considers the politics of the word “bitch.” Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Jan 14 2019
Rank #8: No People in It
Emily Skillings writes a tribute to poet John Ashbery who died in September of 2017. Produced by Sarah Geis.
Sep 02 2019
Rank #9: It's Not Like Nikola Tesla Knew All of Those People Were Going to Die
Hanif Abdurriqib investigates a scene from Christopher Nolan’s film The Prestige and considers the costs of one’s life. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Sep 24 2018
Rank #10: Where Do You Come From?
Meena Alexander meditates on her transnational upbringing and interrogates the question of one’s origins. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Sep 17 2018
Rank #11: Ash Weed
Laura Marie Marciano describes the feeling of freedom after closing a chapter in one’s life. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Aug 07 2018
Rank #12: Nerve
Geoffrey Hilsabeck imagines a conversation between Walt Whitman and Ralph Waldo Emerson as they walk through Boston Common.
May 27 2019
Rank #13: At the Vietnam Center and Archive
Hai-Dang Phan examines archival documents concerning the abduction of a young Vietnamese woman by Thai pirates in the 1980s. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Jul 29 2019
Rank #14: About Suffering
Elisa Gabbert meditates on the nature of suffering and the language we use to describe it. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Mar 04 2019
Rank #15: Wide Awake in a Field of Deadbolts
Nick Twemlow navigates the often bizarre and alienating world of the modern office. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
May 07 2018
Rank #16: 15 Years of Paris
Katy Bohinc leaves Paris and writes a poem of apology after a misunderstanding with someone close to her. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Jun 10 2019
Rank #17: gravity furnace
francine j. harris revisits her childhood home in Detroit and imagines the ways destruction can be an empowering act. Produced by Colin McNulty.
Dec 24 2018
Rank #18: On Reflection
Randall Horton thinks about the ways we trap ourselves and others in boxes. Produced by Sarah Geis.
Apr 09 2018
Rank #19: The Other Side
Jennifer Foerster imagines encountering her younger self on a walk through the streets of Vienna. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Oct 21 2019
Rank #20: A Feeling Right Before the Feeling
Brenda Hillman explores the many nuances of human emotions and articulates the moment before a feeling comes into being. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
Nov 19 2018