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.
By Jan Steckel. An offer of protection for those in danger of deportation.
… Shaking our voices to heated sentences that stretch in their continuous testament.