The Collapsar publishes new poetry, fiction, and nonfiction every other month, and new culture writing weekly.

Consider This: Links

Consider This: Links

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Here's what we loved reading on the internet this week:  

Why the Death of Greatest Hits and Reissues is Worth Mourning by Stephen Thomas Erlewine at Pitchfork.

The Maw of My Heart, prose by Rebecca Bernard at Bat City Review.

Two poems by Melissa Cundieff-Pexa at Superstition Review. 

Sick Trees, a poem by Kate Click at Up the Staircase. 

And our own Editor-in-Chief Nathan Knapp's essay, "Eating the Sun" at BOAAT Press.

 

And in case you missed any, here's what The Collapsar  published this week:

Kilometer Zero, nonfiction by Brian Oliu

Songs for Summer and That Synthesizer Fizz: James Brubaker and Jillian Maruskin on "Discovering" Aloha and Little Windows Cut Right Through 

Three Poems by Kimbery Grey

Science Rules: Brad Efford on Bill Nye the Science Guy, Episode 8: "Phases of Matter"

Science Rules: Brad Efford on Bill Nye the Science Guy, Episode 8: "Phases of Matter"

Three Poems by Kimberly Grey

Three Poems by Kimberly Grey