I see him fall like a sunflower being picked.
Much can be learned from detritus. For Stephen Scott Whitaker, the dump is where children can “study the worst of us.”
Home is just one of the things a refugee loses in David Bergman’s moving poem.
Creativity can be a support for men when their life starts to fall apart.
Much is hinted at in Robert Carr’s intense, imagistic poem.
Diane Lockward explores one man’s desire to transcend gender boundaries.
English poet Anne Lawrence Bradshaw reflects on her grandfather’s World War II service and its impact on her father.
Worlds collide when a blue collar guy winds up in the mystical land of Oz in this poem from Sarah Ann Winn.
Steven Lake sees himself through his wife’s eyes, and it’s not a pretty picture — it’s hysterical.
Ed Madden juxtaposes gender, race, and paint samples in this surprising prose poem.