Adrian Lurssen
Originally from South Africa, Adrian Lurssen lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over the years his work has been published in Fence, Word For/ Word, Phoebe, Indiana Review, American Letters & Commentary, and most recently the Boston Review's WHAT NATURE anthology.

News (II)

The natural expectation of water and sand is to ambush – like an x-ray or anthem. It is not an accident of training; the plan has no training. It is a nest that ultimately ends without explanation. The door or roof? None. Just a camp of remains. Here, the angle is to...

News (I)

A national explanation of war as solution, absolute as an x-ray, like an arm lying open on the table. And when the plan becomes the reason, it is the way light surrounds an insect and love fills a uniform. Always, the route over and the angle between. In a time of names...