2014.01 I wish to transcribe Camera Obscura into your oscilloscopes, forsake the barriers of the next seventeen years for two little droplets of carbon nanofiber. I will. You’ll see. Many diamond filaments will crush you with their artificial … [Read more...]
About Bradley J. Fest
Bio: Bradley J. Fest teaches literature as a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh. His poems have appeared in After Happy Hour Review, BathHouse, Flywheel, PELT, PLINTH, Open Thread, Spork, 2River View, and elsewhere. His first collection of poems, The Rocking Chair, is forthcoming from Blue Sketch Press. He has also published articles in the journals boundary 2, Critical Quarterly, and Studies in the Novel; his essays have appeared in David Foster Wallace and “The Long Thing” (2014) and The Silence of Fallout (2013). And he blogs at The Hyperarchival Parallax.