THE REVIEW       WEB COLUMNS       ABOUT        ARTISTS 









NEWS ︎:      

Shedding: Wang Chen          

          Rituals: Interview with Ta-Nia                  

 

  













The
Quarterless
Review 
︎



An experimental arts journal and monthly review, harvested from the fields of isolation. 
Learn more...


          

︎   ︎   ︎



Featured Artists:








Two Poems


Poetry and Audio by:
ABIGAIL STALLINGS




Poem


I’ve grown parts of me I shed
so many shitty people
look cool online 
and in my room
I think grotesquely
textured thoughts 
I am better than a house at almost everything 
I am worse than most houses 
light transposes crochet lace
to a dullish wall
the world has all this surface
still I can’t see my face


















Tape Delay


I let go my lawn
the lines crossed overhead
they stitched me in my life for a while
I was on a first-name basis with the world
and you were on the phone
a downy splotch traveling
thru the nightly projection I thought 
I never wanted these beige rooms
my bluish bedside on a dimmer
I disembark this air
for different air








Follow Abigail:


Web: www.abigailstallings.com

Instagram: @abigailstallings

Bio:

Abigail Stallings is a poet and visual artist. Her work can be found in Blush Lit, Hobart and on her Instagram.



NEW YORK, NEW YORK
EST 2020
︎

© THE QUARTERLESS REVIEW ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

︎THE REVIEW ︎         ︎SIGN UP ︎         ︎ABOUT ︎         ︎CONTACT︎         ︎SUBMIT ︎






NEW YORK, NEW YORK
EST 2020 
︎

© THE QUARTERLESS REVIEW ALL RIGHTS RESERVED