Poetry

“County Storm” © Jennifer Powers; used with permission

Mad Libs: Deep State

Oct 09, 2017

Poem by Susan Terris

It was the best of times, until the big man whose clock struck thirteen made it the worst of times.

Featured Poetry, Truth-telling | Read More

Kathleen Spivack: Shaping What You Write

Oct 02, 2017

TW Interview by Jennifer Jean

You really have to swim down into yourself when you’re writing, which is why people confuse it all with mental illness.

Featured Interview, About Poetry, Illness | Read More

To the Curly-Haired Barista

Sep 18, 2017

Performance Poetry by Megan LeAnne

When I asked about your tea selection, what I really meant to say was Goddamn you’re pretty.

Writing and Faith, Featured Poetry, Open Letters | Read More

Lawrence Welk

Sep 18, 2017

Poem by Giavanna Munafo

A schmaltzy, eerily familiar tune that loops along, accordions swelling and shrinking, high-heeled, lipsticked women la-la-la-la-la-la-ing.

Prose Poetry, Adoption, Truth-telling | Read More

Faculty Development Workshop

May 29, 2017

Poem by Julia Lisella

When should we run? After we have locked the door?

Featured Poetry, Borders | Read More

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