The Diagram has been around for more than ten years, and during that time has demonstrated a unique editorial bias toward an unusual mix of text and schematic. Sometimes the text edges toward the biological, as in Danielle Aquiline's poem "West Coast Entomology," or the astrophysical, as in Dan Albergotti's untitled "Alone."
The editors' interests are in
. . . art and writing that demonstrates / interaction; the processes / of things, both inner and outer; how certain functions are accomplished; how things become. How they expire. How they move or churn, or stand.
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