Of extinction is a videopoem in conversation with its source text, Elizabeth Kolbert’s “The Lost World.” An erasure poem in practice but not in spirit, the piece as a whole explores climate change, fear, comfort, loss, fossil fuels, discovery, and more.
soundtrack by Justin Linton
Holly Burdorff's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Shenandoah, Quarterly West, The Common, and Barnhouse. She earned an MFA in creative writing at the University of Alabama, where she served as Art & Design Editor for Volume 43 of Black Warrior Review. She currently lives and works near Cleveland, Ohio.
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Review: Questions from Outer Space by Diane Thiel
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While Thiel’s outlook is sometimes droll, she is just as often attuned to darker concerns.