About the Author Du Ya was born in 1968 in Henan Province. Before becoming an editor and writer, she worked as a nurse for ten years. She is the author of The Wind Uses Its Bright Wings (1998), Selected Poems (2008), and Sunset and Dawn Light (2016),…
Madeleine Cravens, M.F.A. candidate in poetry, sat down with poet Chessy Normile on a stoop in Brooklyn to talk about humor, vulnerability, and revision. Normile’s debut collection, Great Exodus, Great Wall, Great Party, was awarded the 2020 APR/Honickman First Book…
Everything is behind a chain linked fence and I think I might have tennis elbow. I’ve trained for this my whole life and now here we are with no words in the night sky.
We wore white hats and tights, colorful buttons / preventing the wind from undoing our clothes.
Poems from ‘Song of Bread’ by Daniel Varoujan translated from the Armenian by Yesenia Vargas
Indonesian to English Translations by Harper Campbell and Christoffer Dharma
A leaf placed upon the vase / lost from leaves. I turn
Feed your inner Poetic Demon with a series of prompts inspired by Douglas Kearney’s latest poetry collection, Sho!
Poems by Luciana Jazmín Coronado and Verónica González Arredondo translations from the Spanish by Allison A. deFreese.
A book. An answer. A person. A moon. Some of mine / Something of mine, mine a rhythm