De Elena Gómez de Valle. Los hombres construyeron una prisión le han puesto por nombre Mujer.
By Alexandra Umlas. The first graduation of women from U.S. army infantry training sparks an eulogy for the impossible.
By Sean J Mahoney. Poetry about those left out in the not-so-United States of America.
By Jenna Spagnolo. A poem about family legacies of patriarchy, sacrifice, and the daughters who grew stronger.
By Moira Roth. A graceful report on Harriet Tubman and a new center dedicated to her life.
By David P. Gollub. A poet shares his family’s story about vandalized headstones at a Jewish cemetery.
By Andrena Zawinski. A history we must never forget nor repeat: Japanese-Americans forced to leave their lives behind.
A stunning series of poems on lies and other alternative facts.
By Justin Karcher. A frenzy of a poem about chain-smoking all night and reading the fearful news.
By Abigail Carl-Klassen. On the identities we claim, and those that claim us.