By Caitlin Gildrien. This is what happens when we teach men that power is in owning bodies or taking lives.
By Catherine Strayhall. “Not the time to speak/ up and ask why anyone could need/ assault rifles”
By Larry Thacker. Searching for the backstory of a mass shooter and the many saying nothing.
By Albert Haley. A poet’s plea after the gun massacre in Las Vegas, Nevada.
By J Spagnolo. Violent histories resurface after a gunman opens fire at a Las Vegas concert.
By Lauren Camp. Our tongues hold the cost of awe and all that’s left to learn.
By Lauren Camp. “We sit on the porch as tuneless cars repeat / their litany in distant atmosphere.”