THREE – The Weeping Tense


From: You May Not Take the Sad and Angry Consolations


Faithless in Hospitals – The Weeping Tense – Lion Parachute – Small snippets to unremember undoing – My heart breaks in the NYPL, but it was already broken, truly — I just stumbled on the pieces – At the Met to Die Again – Whitman on Twitter – Que sera – One’s Self I Sing, Too – e pluribus unum per cent – I was like you, once – The angel, running out the door again – Next to Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum, closed to the public for renovations – Scripture in De Witt Clinton Park – Crossing Myself in Rutherford, NJ – The Hostage Tells a Love Story (Mental Health Check)



Shane Neilson

Shane Neilson is a disabled poet, physician, and critic, who grew up in New Brunswick and now lives in Oakville, Ontario. Neilson is the author of four non-fiction books on medicine and literary criticism. His poetry has won the Walrus Poetry Prize and Arc Magazine’s Poem of the Year Award (twice). His five previous poetry collections include Dysphoria, winner of the Hamilton Literary Award for Poetry and Complete Physical, a finalist for the Trillium Award.