The Exterior Is Not What It Seems in “Blessing the Exoskeleton”

Andrew Hemmert’s “Blessing the Exoskeleton” is a collection of witty, meditative poems mixed with serious contemplative works.

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Past, Present, and Future in Annie Woodford’s “Where You Come from Is Gone”

A review of Annie Woodford’s “Where You Come from Is Gone.”

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“We Need To Be Able To Exist in our Fullness and Wholeness”: An Interview with Mariah M.

An interview with Mariah M., poet, teaching artist, and organizer in Greensboro, North Carolina. This conversation is the first in the “Not Abandon, but Abide” series.

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“Woman Without Shame” Showcases Sandra Cisneros at the Height of Her Power

A review of Sandra Cisneros’ latest book, “Woman Without Shame,” — her first poetry collection in three decades.

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Vulnerability and Healing in “So Tall It Ends in Heaven”

Jayme Ringleb’s poetry collection, “So Tall It Ends in Heaven,” is an unforgettable poetic mosaic.

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An Interview with Kari Gunter-Seymour on Her New Book of Poetry, Writing from the Heart, and the Woman of Appalachia Project

An interview with Kari Gunter-Seymour, author of “Alone in the House of My Heart.”

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“How to Survive the Apocalypse” Faces the End — Or Perhaps the Renewal — of the World

A review of Jacqueline Allen Trimble’s book of poetry, “How to Survive the Apocalypse.”

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An Environmental Manifesto from 1937 in”Hounds on the Mountain”

A review of James Still’s poetry collection, “Hounds on the Mountain,” reflecting on nature, life, death, self-sufficiency and survival.

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