There is no negotiating with memory. It may present more vividly in certain cases, be fuzzy in others. But there it is.
Marc Frazier reminds us of how easily marriage and family life can become perfunctory.
His brother taught him a healthy approach to masculinity, which has carried him throughout his life.
A trip through the Provincetown dunes in Cape Cod sparks memories of a father’s final days in Marc Frazier’s poem
Seldom does one see a coming-of-age story as stark and as inventive as Marc Frazier’s award-winning poem.
In this poem, Marc Frazier reminds us how the holidays often invite complicated thoughts about family.