‘All The Songs We Sing’ Is an Important Ensemble of Voices

‘All The Songs We Sing,’ an anthology of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, celebrates artists of the Carolina African American Writers’ Collective and the importance of diversity within American literature.

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Linda Hogan on ‘A History of Kindness’: “I Would Call this Book a Tree”

An interview with Linda Hogan on her latest poetry collection ‘A History of Kindness.’

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‘Neck of the Woods’ Examines Grief, Social Change, the Power of Shared Experience

Amy Woolard’s ‘Neck of the Woods’ Examines Grief, Social Change, the Power of Shared Experience

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‘White Blood’ Dives into Personal and Public History and Injustice in Virginia

Kiki Petrosino’s poetry collection ‘White Blood’ explores history, slavery and injustice in Virginia.

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Four Contemporary Southern Poems For People Who “Don’t Like” Poetry

Four stunning poems by contemporary Southern poets.

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