Stranger, your Chucks turned up at the toes, I want you to Google me and find nothing because once over anything, a person needs someone who doesn’t leave cabinet doors hanging open overhead; a rowboat, a tin-can telephone, a still animal (context: a sea of extracts). You: Compose sad tweets about censorship. Me: Drive parallel […]
Jonelle Seitz is an arts journalist, poet, and editor in Austin, Texas. Her work has appeared in the Austin Chronicle, Fjord Review, AdobeAirstream, Passages North, Uppagus, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, and the anthology Slim Volume: This Body I Live In (Pankhearst, 2015).