INTERVIEW WITH

DANIEL HANDLER

Against our better judgment, we sent COG's editor into the trap-door-riddled home of "Lemony Snicket" series author Daniel Handler - armed only with a janky, borrowed camera and a busted microphone. Listen closely: hear the lens cap whirring. Look closely: see the fear in her eyes. Will she emerge unscathed, or will this be COG's last issue?

 

CHRIS BAKER IS BACK!

COG is honored to present Part I of II:

Prologue, and Gun Contemplates Methods of Execution. Tune in next week for Part II: Burial Possibilities, and Epilogue: Anubis Speaks.

 

"The Last Gun" opens with smoke and closes with a bang. These poems toggle between the spirits of the living and the spirits the living carry into death “to ask questions, to contemplate a state of being that is no more.”  ... The Last Gun is “a gathering place for… admirers, rememberers, the once-armed,” and this poet has prepared us both “for the journey…where it will be judged,” and for the “deeds on earth.”    

- A. Van Jordan

2015-2016 COG Poetry Awards Final Judge

 

READ ANNE HARDING WOODWORTH'S POEMS

 

WINNER: 2015-2016

COG POETRY AWARDS

Anger management is working out well for Chris Baker, former WIRED Magazine Angry Nerd, so we're delighted to announce that he's been able to review more videogames and poetry for COG - and avoid arrest.

In this video, Chris examines the game No Man's Sky, a game with quintillions of chances to explore and Robert Frost's "Fire & Ice."

GAME & LITERATURE REVIEW

The Last Gun, PART I: Prologue, Gun Contemplates

COG Interview with Daniel Handler

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