January 10, 2008 8:44 AM

Idiolexicon is an online poetry journal where narrative and experimental work hang out together. Recent offerings include a postmodern take on Garfield, a soldier's computer-translated letter, deconstructions of popular poets, and one of the odder political poems I've ever read. In the newest issue, a Taiwanese American artist isolates his mother's English words, with amazingly poetic results.
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