M. Friedmann celebrates corporate personhood, Shelly Purdy-Dish reviews
a musical odyssey, and we know what our intern is doing this this
summer--and it won't be for us. E.W. Wilder is back with more Bean
while the Dada Cluster takes on Poe. This
issue for hire.
O'Rushbaugh and Dischragg D'Sudza have a modest proposal, Sarah Tonnen
rocks out with OC/DC, and our latest intern is making a list and checking
it twice. Discover poetry by Bean Newton, "Ramblin'" Tom
Eliot and Christin Call; the Dada Cluster is in the badger-hole. Knock
three times, then enter.
Perfect goes shopping, Walker Miller-Busch goes drinking, Walter P.
Crysisler goes 'round the track, and Giovanna "Bookums"
Barticelli goes to the Shore. Discover poetry by Whip Shitback, Jennifer
Heinicke and Christin Call. This round's
on the house.
RandFyne gets rational and Stella Challer-Hocker finds comfort reading
about comfort food. Discover poetry by Bean Newton (perhaps written
in the wee small hours), Charles V. Gustavsen (undoubtedly sent from
his iThing) and Cud (a poem found with J. Dodger's papers). Put
down the pepper spray.
Wilder is in fine form in this issue. Not only is he continuing his
work with the poems of Bean Newton, but he's also spending a lot of
time in comfy box seats looking down on the stage. No, we're not jealous
at all, sitting here in our gray fabric cube. Xaveria Hollandaise
finds the steamier side of literature (beyond the Tropic of Capricorn
even), Kellan Kaulkner mashes up gets her TMZ in her Yoknapatawpha,
and Lael Ewy summons Marianne Moore. Get
he's translating from the French or translating from Bean, E.W. Wilder
is here to make sense of it all for us. Tat Maibbi lets us know what's
really going on at the "fourth meal," L.A. Jacan gets (Sesame)
street, and intern Geoff Doulton is untested out of the paddock. Felicity
Sherazz has spent too much time in the suburbs watching HGTV and the
EastWesterly Review Dada Cluster take on William Cullen Bryant. Bring
the outside in.
Cat photos, drugs and cartoons: nothing is off topic for the critics at the EastWesterly Review. E.X. Hume thinks deeply about kitties (not an euphemism), Mary Chino Cherry takes on Big Pharma, and Elizabeth Beasley watches children's television. E.W. Wilder digs up more Bean Newton and the EastWesterly Dada Cluster refuses to start making sense. U CAN HAZ SMARTZ.
A quick tour of the latest TV, food and academic trends, with more poetry to boot. Mary Chino Cherry gets us acquainted with Quibble and Quant and Herbie Tease takes us out to lunch. Lynn Nayus, C. Lassie Fackashun, and Phae Lum put their Ph.D.s to use -- classifying their peers. E.W. Wilder presents more of Bean Newton's writings and the EastWesterly Review Data Cluster is at it again. #ThinkAboutIt.
E.W. Wilder rides the rails, Richelle Mhee massages the numbers, and P.B. Wombat looks under the hood in this issue. Mary Chino Cherry takes a turn at Bean Newton's legacy and the EastWesterly Review Dada Cluster refuses to stop. We got yer outcomes right here.