By AJ Dent. if they can mold covfefe into a battle cry, what won’t they sculpt out of our speeches?
By Devon Balwit. Poetry about corporate assumptions and gender.
By Jan Steckel. How the most important data can never be tapped by the NSA, CIA, or FBI.
By Devon Balwit. Poetry that tries to make sense of the uptick of domestic terrorism in the West.
By Jeffrey Cyphers Wright. New Orleans demolishes Confederate statues, which critics call symbols of racism.
By Charles Brice. A poet decodes Trump’s tweets about the Obama administration’s “wiretapping”.
By Devon Balwit. When it comes to race, is there a place for bluntness unsoftened by art?
By Elle Aviv Newton. A poem for those living in a fractured country.
By Siaara Freeman. What is a wall? With nuance and a hammer, the poet breaks it down.
By Deborah Kahan Kolb. The circus is in town and Trump is the ringleader.