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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Urgency, Nostalgia and Radiance in Katie Marya’s “Sugar Work”

Urgency and grief, coinciding with innocence—or the loss of it—feels central to the emotional landscape of Sugar Work by Katie Marya.

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“Useful Junk” Explores Memory, Multiple Lives, and the Ephemerality of Selfies

A review of Erika Meitner’s sixth collection of poetry, “Useful Junk.”

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The Dark and Deeply Philosophical Poetry of “A Season in Hell with Rimbaud”

A review of Dustin Pearson’s poetry collection, “A Season in Hell with Rimbaud.”

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“Head of a Gorgon” Poems Seek to Aid Survivors on Their Healing Journey

An interview with Raegen M. Pietrucha, the author of poetry collection “Head of a Gorgon.”

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Fear, Loss, and Hope in “songs we used to dance to”

A review of courtney marie’s poetry collection “songs we used to dance to,” which takes an unflinching look at self and country and issues of identity.

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