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By Jennifer Hijazi
For poet Ada Limón, carrying both the joys and sorrows of a child-free life is a testament to the human ability to exist with many things piled on our shoulders at once.
The language of Jos Charles' “feeld” is like an artifact from a different time, a kind of “lost Middle English” concieved to describe the trans experience in new ways.
There is “grass and apologies, bones and joy, marching bands and genocide, skin and social work” and much more in the work of the 21 native writers featured in the collection.
Poet Jason Reynolds offers sage advice to graduates ... and the rest of us.
A long-lost manuscript by the famed author is finally being published.
"There is so much noise in our culture. So many frantic, angry, unreliable voices.... Poetry is an antidote to that."…
Poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil writes a love letter to the planet in her latest poetry collection "Oceanic."…
For Shauna Barbosa and other poets of the Cape Verdean diaspora, the longing for a far-away home is an important theme.
Dorothy Barresi's “What We Did While We Made More Guns” examines Americans’ anxieties and moral uncertainties in poems on international torture, war and police brutality.
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