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By Hillel Italie, Associated Press
In “Fable of the Pack-Saddle Child,” a poet imagines how a child who's been neglected and abused finds escape in her own mind.
By Jennifer Hijazi
Two female veterans share their work with Warrior Writers, a nonprofit that fosters healing through artistic expression and storytelling.
Poet Kazim Ali thinks the fluidity of traditions is an important part of understanding Ramadan.
In his new collection, poet Marcelo Hernandez Castillo’s imagery and dream-like phrases allow him to speak of his immigration status in a way he hadn’t been able to before.
Tarfia Faizullah's poem “I Told the Water” brings water to life and unpacks its role in our lives -- as mirror, life-giver and sometimes a villain.
After Mexican-American studies was banned at their school, these young people formed a collective to educate themselves and others.
For Shauna Barbosa and other poets of the Cape Verdean diaspora, the longing for a far-away home is an important theme.
By PBS NewsHour
How do you capture Seattle’s complications, quirks and ever-changing population? A new digital project is mapping out the evolving city by collecting poems that tell unique stories, from growing up in an affluent neighborhood to memories of homelessness and cold…
By Lorna Baldwin
Seattle's "Poetic Grid" captures the rapidly changing city by asking people to write about locations that have meaning to them.
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