A poem by Ellen Bryant Voigt There is one grief worse than any other. When your small feverish throat clogged, and quit I knelt beside the chair on the green rug and shook […]
by Kim Dower Trying on clothes in the backroom of Loehmann’s, a stranger invites me to feel her breasts, a stranger trying on dresses that don’t fit and I can see her […]
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Fellow writers, I just had to share Karyna McGlynn’s blog post “My Top 5 Quick and Dirty Submission Tricks.” In addition to my own writing, I’ve been running a students’ creative writing […]
Love Lily Myers and her performance poem! Sing it, little sister siren! Looks like she’s found lots of ways to take up space. “Shrinking Women” is a spoken-word poem about growing up watching […]