By Amy Shaw. Mail-order healing lands a man in the ICU. Is the value of silver impartial to truth?
By Jerry Bradley. After 50 inches of rain in August, a Texan poet listens and waits for the water.
By Amy Shaw. A poet stands at the busy intersection of new tech and old gender beliefs.
By Alejandro Escudé. “What if it’s also about desire?” A poem on sexism, fatherhood, and violence.
By Yvonne Daley. A poem from a citizen of an untrustworthy government.
By Alejandro Escudé. On Harvey Weinstein, who used his status as a film producer to commit violence against women.
By Devon Balwit. A poet’s effigy on the chaotic scene of the Las Vegas shooting that left 59 people dead.
By Alejandro Escudé. “There’s nothing unaccounted for, especially when it comes to power and resistance”.
By Sara Burnett. An editorial about recent and deep environmental, cultural, social, & political shifts.
By Nan Ottenritter. Poetry on self-care in the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting.