By Kathy Gibbons. Hiroshima marked the 74th anniversary of its nuclear bombing this summer, an event still nearly impossible to imagine.
By The Poet Mj. The winning poem from our weekly challenge is inspired by Hong Kong’s cascading topography and cascading history.
By Jennifer Davis Michael. It’s been 30 years since the Tiananmen Square protests changed China as we know it.
By Thriveni Mysore. A holy river reaches the sea polluted.
By J. Todd Hawkins. Valentine’s Day protesters march with signs like “Resist romance capitalism!”
By Thriveni Mysore. After South India is exposed to the ravages of the sea, the people mourn those lost from Cyclone Ockhi.
By Jessamine Price. A poet living in South Korea explores the specter of human loss as nuclear threats intensify.
By Pesach Rotem. In which Melania contemplates her life with Donald on top of a very hard wall.
By Paul Bone. Trump’s visit to Japan, a koi pond, and the universal practice of poetic license.
By Amy Shaw. The story of Rajuma, a young Rohingya woman whose son was burned alive during a massacre by the Myanmar military.