By Sara Burnett. “Imagine an act of rebellion like storming the bastille with electronic petitions.”
By Anton Yakovlev. Tracing digital distaste and crumbling infrastructure after President Trump’s remarks.
By Michael J. Abraham. A revised presidential address to mark the realities of Trump’s first year.
By Yvonne Daley. The Statue of Liberty went dark overnight, and to spectators the timing is no coincidence.
By Larry Thacker. The government shutdown gives a poet time to consider other tragedies.
By Charissa Menefee. Following Trump’s Twitter stream of consciousness demands a certain estrangement from reality.
By Success Akpojotor. A tale of outlaws and jailers in the aftermath of CDC’s banned words.
By David Sklar. Censored words in the US government’s scientific bureaucracy inspires poetic analysis.
By Crystal Stone. Imagine if Doubting Thomas, Jesus’ Apostle, were to witness the campaign of Roy Moore.
By Tim Duffy. The Bible says that which has been stolen must be returned.