By Sean Kelbley. A poem for National Gun Violence Awareness Day.
By Michael Henry. Imagine the gun is sentient.
By Megan Merchant. When children practice drills for a disaster too violent to name.
By Mickey J. Corrigan. Who has to be armed? Who would want to be a hero?
By M. T. Whitington. A changed New Zealand emerges from the Christchurch terror attacks.
By Caroline Cottom. A factory reopens its doors after mass tragedy.
By Megan Merchant. A box of crayons now includes the color of remembrance.
By Robyn Hunt. There were 94 school shootings in 2018, the worst year on record.
By Loren Moreno. A novice friar asks how to love a mass shooter.
By Kayla Berkey. What grips a monopoly on grief and is read all over?