AUTHOR: Ignacio Carvajal Ignacio Carvajal is the author of Plegarias, winner of the Poetic Bridges contest by Casa Cultural de las Américas and the University of Houston in 2019. His poetry and translations have appeared, among others, in The Common, Acentos Review, Rio Grande Review, North Dakota Quarterly, Infrarrealista Review,...
AUTHOR: Julie Sellers This collection of beautiful, whimsical poems and photographs invites readers into the world of a young woman known across the world, Anne of Green Gables, of Prince Edward Island, Canada.The author reflects in her poems the magic of the Anne stories published by L.M. Montgomery in eight...
“The First Time, the Heart (A Portrait of Life 1854-1913)” is a portfolio by Dario Robleto, of fifty lithographs about his research into the history of the human heart, and more specifically, our attempt to record a heartbeat. It is now part of The Spencer Art Museum's permanent collection.
WWR Jennifer Bohlander and Nicole DeGennero
Kansas Poems by Brian Daldorph speaks to the unassuming allure of Kansas; giving voice to the places and people we sometimes overlook.
A toast absurd enough to wash away last year and welcome a new one.
These poems declare, "My body/ is mine."
The walls outlined in Herrera's poems continue to close in on present day America. Herrera writes to all parts of our humanity in an effort to tear down those barriers.
"African American Poetry: 250 Years of Struggle & Song" is the centerpiece of Lift Every Voice: Why African American Poetry Matters, a year long national celebration and humanities initiative of African American poetry and an exploration of the perspectives it offers on American history and the ongoing struggle for racial...
A Train of thought, arrow of time + public transit of personal memory