By Christine Kouwenhoven. Hurricane Florence invites in the rising, warming ocean.
By Kathy Gibbons. The U.S. intentionally flooded a Houston neighborhood and now the lawsuits are flooding in.
By Jerry Bradley. After 50 inches of rain in August, a Texan poet listens and waits for the water.
By J. Todd Hawkins. In this cento, lyrics from country songs describe survival amidst natural disaster.
By Geoffrey Philp. “the pressure dropped and Irma’s path shifted toward the Keys, lifting dust she’d carried from the Sahara”
By J. Todd Hawkins. A poet reports on fleeing Houston during Hurricane Harvey.
By Kurt Cole Eidsvig. What happens to the world when there are no return addresses to return to?
By Lauren Camp. Revisiting 2012’s Hurricane Isaac during this unceasing hurricane season.
By David Walker. “Miles away, I feel less like a shelter than I ever have.”
By Vera Ignatowitsch. Hurricane season hasn’t even peaked yet. We brace for oncoming storms.