HEY, WE READ! LANDFILLS Staff Booklist, May 2012: DYSTOPIA

HEY, WE READ! is the most honest title I could think of for our staff booklist. Since this month’s theme is “The Future,” our booklist’s theme is DYSTOPIA. Some of these you read in grade school, others you’ve been putting aside for when “you have time.” Get lost in a creepy futuristic society – all 15 […]

Jack Spicer’s Vocabulary Did This To Me

NATIONAL POETRY MONTH 4/2 – Richard Siken Tells Me We’ll Never Get Used To It, by Po, EIC 4/3 – William Carlos Williams: This Is Just To Say, by Layah, CD 4/4 – We Are All Writers On the Same Dreadful Typewriter as Allen Ginsberg, by Jenny, EE 4/5 – Pablo Neruda and the Quest […]

Prognosis for the End of Winter

by Hilary McCreery, Contributor __________________________________________________________________________________________ I don’t know what to tell you about lately except that the graffiti on the murals at the Frolic Room make the painted caricatures seem sad and I was accidentally drunk, walking back to our apartment down Hollywood Boulevard when it occurred to me that this street and all of […]

I May Not Know You, But You’re Listening: Issue 1.1 Editor’s Letter

Dear you, and me, and everyone: To have my eyes as my audience means my heart is tattooed across this page. That these black letters on white screen are more innocent, more elusive than full. What I mean is, they are more mine than they are yours. They only belong to me. What I mean […]

This Is Not An Epiphany: Issue 1.1 Editor’s Letter

  Dear You, A long time coming/moment of impulse: both can be true at the same time. It’s March 15th and this company isn’t real to me yet – or else it’s too real – but I’m putting this here to make it real. There are so many things I could put here, in this […]

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LANDFILLS is a grassroots literary, arts and culture online collective based in Chicago. All work is original, except the featured images that accompany text posts (which are blatantly stolen from tumblr.com). Complaints should be directed to Po via Twitter.