“Lost, Hurt, or in Transit” Recognizes Beauty and Loss as Integral Parts of Life

A review of Rohan Chhetri’s poetry collection, “Lost, Hurt, or in Transit Beautiful.”

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“Borrowing Your Body” Gives a Raw Look at Disease and Loss

A review of “Borrowing Your Body” which offers a sardonic look at disease and loss through raw, detailed narratives.

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“Aux Arc Trypt Ich”: Darkly Beautiful and Sensory-Rich

A review of Cody-Rose Clevidence’s poetry collection “Aux Ark Trypt Ich.”

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“Playlist for the Apocalypse”: A Masterful Blend of the Personal with the Political

Rita Dove’s eleventh collection of poetry, “Playlist for the Apocalypse,” feels both intricate and monumental at the same time.

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“A Quilt for David”: Poems that Shed Light on Shame, Humanity, and the Realities of Illness

An interview with poet and educator Steven Reigns regarding his new collection of poetry, “A Quilt for David.”

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