Author and Poet Terrell Washington Anansi writes about the beauty of starting fresh.
Warren J Blumenfeld can’t believe we’re still blaming Obama – here he writes a poem of thanks for his last 8 years of service.
A poem about finding oneself and living life fully
Read, or listen to Daniel Roy Connelly read, his poem to his son on confronting “the black dog” of depression.
A poem reflecting on life lessons from father
Shades of noir as John Trigonis draws meaning from subtlety in this quiet, profound poem.
Jesse Kornbluth just finished his novel. Here’s why he owes a lot to Seamus Heaney.
A father’s firmness and a young man’s growth are the focuses of Ivan Kershner’s tight, compelling poem.
Writing to the memory of the father.
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus presents his nominees for the 2016 Best of the Net Awards
He defined convention and apartheid, worked to legitimize and memorialize the language he loved, and campaigned for the Black Consciousness movement.
Lee Patton’s poem provides a stark look at southern poverty.
Ray McManus looks at how boys test each other in death-defying ways in this summer poem.
With words that pull you in and wrap you up, Paddy Murray describes an inner struggle.
When you get bored, Derrick, take a look around at this brave new artless world that you created.
The end of the one day salutes the next.