Kansas Poems by Brian Daldorph speaks to the unassuming allure of Kansas; giving voice to the places and people we sometimes overlook.
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...
This collection of poems brings to the fore, what we have been ignoring for far too long; a looming spiritual and physical demise. Wasserstein reaches out across vast expanses of time to admonish us of our fate. We are both warned and blamed for the malefic manifestations confronting us. The...
This work, in its entirety, is a [w]rite of passage - a poet firmly planting their feet in the creative landscape of Kansas.
A review of "Rewriting the Body" by Wyatt Townley
Everyone's Alone Tonight by James Benger and Jason Baldinger are poems about daily strife that turns into weekly, monthly, yearly and then generational struggle.