Poems for the Writing: Prompts for Poets is more than a motivational tool or instruction manual for a beginner poet.
These are not naïve poems, but they are hopeful.
Airea Matthews’ Simulacra doubles then quadruples its mirroring.
Review of Nancy L. Davis, Ghosts (Finishing Line Press, 2019) By Courtney Bambrick In her collection Ghosts, Nancy Davis presents a changing
My urgent advice to anyone who, like me, was stunned, outraged and disoriented by the 2016 election of Donald Trump as president:
“In Vulgar Latin, Lace means entice, / ensnare.” Poet Margot Douaihy and scratchboard illustrator Bri Hermanson do just that with Scranton Lace:
The Origin of Doubt, Nathan Alling Long’s glorious debut collection of short fictions, is dedicated ‘to those who don’t quite fit in.’
Emily Rose Cole won the 2014 Sandy Crimmins National Prize in Poetry for the poem “Self-Portrait as Rapunzel,” selected by judge Jeffrey
Philadelphia poet Dawn Manning brings a historic influence to her writing in Postcards from the Dead Letter Office, using a form of
Gabriel Ojeda-Sague’s Jazzercise Is a Language is forthcoming from The Operating System in 2018. In his debut collection Oil and Candle, Gabriel