MOUTH TO MOUTH, by Abigail Child

  EOAGH Books, 2016 Poetry / Queer Studies / LGBT Literature ISBN 978-1-4951-8615-8 $18 Winner, Lambda Literary Award in Bisexual Poetry Available at Small Press Distribution Or, order from EOAGH at Paypal:   Mouth to Mouth (a “lurid lyric machine”) overflows with wit and lusciousness. “Spangled/ massy/ primped/ saturated” and drunk with alliteration, these athletic poems both resuscitate and kiss language, “loosening what is sfumato/ … Continue reading MOUTH TO MOUTH, by Abigail Child

The Black Hole Between Science and Art

In a famous 1959 essay entitled “The Two Cultures,” C.P Snow argued that the sciences and humanities were at a serious impasse, suffering from “mutual incomprehension.” The lack of common ground made communication between the two cultures difficult if not impossible. Due to accelerated overspecialization, suspicion ran high in both camps. To illustrate the climate of cultural paranoia that existed in America in the 1950s, … Continue reading The Black Hole Between Science and Art