The New Republic
Big City Lit
Poet Jennifer Elise Wang gives the inside scoop about sex workers and other exploited workers.
They say you can’t go home again, but the Supreme Court says otherwise. Peter Neil Carroll’s Before Roe offers a glimpse of “normal” from the bad old days.
A surprise turn at the end of Donna Pucciani’s poem, “Pieces,” will shock the reader to consider how sheer evil has eroded our society.
California poet Aileen Cassinetto, Laureate of San Mateo, brings ecopoetry to youth activists fighting to save the living planet Earth.
The New York Times
Virginia-based Cynthia Atkins writes about some unexpected consequences of the world-wide brush with death.
Esther Kamkar’s prayer for the dead addresses the vast universality of war’s human tragedy.
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Mississippi poet Philip Kolin depicts the crushing of the Black community in Tulsa, OK one century ago.