By Norma Smith. In the aftermath of a major shooting, how do we bury so many dead?
By Paul Bone. An American poet writes about how gun violence is everywhere.
By Alan Walowitz. This game is all over the news.
By Megan Merchant. “I tell him the nearest gun store is 2.3 miles from where my son is erasing a mistake.”
By Matthew Murrey. A poem about the prayers offered after a mass shooting.
By Elle Aviv Newton. After Sutherland Springs, Trump declared that hundreds more would have died with gun control.
By Moira Roth. A poet’s newspapers unfold disquieting headlines near and far.
By Howie Good. The Sutherland Springs massacre had 26 victims. Now, a church struggles to bury the dead.
By Paul Bone. Trump’s visit to Japan, a koi pond, and the universal practice of poetic license.
By Lis Sanchez. In Puerto Rico, a mother is stranded on makeshift life support in the man-made disaster that hit after Hurricane Maria.