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In 1939, as London braced itself for the bombs, the National Gallery’s paintings were moved to the dining room of Penrhyn Castle, North Wales. It wasn’t necessarily safer. Martin Davies,…

The radical re-visioning of Anna Kavan

I first read Helen Ferguson/Anna Kavan in 1997 or 1998 when I was living in Ansan, an industrial city an hour subway ride from Seoul. Every few months I’d receive…

Shields: A poem founds the world it finds

Editor’s note: The following essay is excerpted from?Of Silence and Song, a book of essays, fragments, and poems?forthcoming from?Milkweed Editions (December 2017). Reading Hesiod on the shuttle bus to the…

Love song por La Condesa

On the night of September 19, 2017, I find a small map online of the oval park in front of my father’s house with its surrounding streets that extend out…

The authority to say anything at all

When I was a Catholic teenager, I was an altar server and reader at my parish church. Our parish priest was forward-thinking. At one Easter Vigil Mass, I played the…

Sam Shepard is a place

Ed note: Sam Shepard passed away on July 27, 2017. He was alive at the time this essay was written. Sam Shepard is a place, and in The One Inside…

Conversations: Martín Espada and Giles Li

Martín Espada needs very little introduction. An award-winning poet with twenty published volumes, Martín spent many years as a tenants’ rights lawyer for the Latinx community in Greater Boston.?Giles Li…

Letter from Issue 50 guest editor Ricco Siasoco

The collective “I” in Issue 50 of The Critical Flame is one of protest, of comedy, and, hopefully, of the zeitgeist. As the guest editor for this issue, I’ve attempted…

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