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    By Brenda Coultas

    I began a journal of my regular walks on the Bowery, once America’s most infamous street.

    Collage of images and postcards.
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    By Brenda Coultas

    I need to see how I got here or to remember how I write and to have faith in my process.

    Ephemera from Robert McDaniel, sundry pictures and postcards.
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    By Brenda Coultas

    Who is the I in Investigative Poetry?

    Ed Sanders, PeaceEye glyph
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    By Randall Horton

    I’m of the opinion that every poet should be in possession of a “go to” book in their toolbox, a book that keeps on giving long after the initial read.

    Stephen Jonas, Selected Poems, cover
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    By Randall Horton

    Listen to the silence surrounding the silent, the other’s other—the often-invisible voice of women poeting on the carceral state.

    Assata Shakur
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    By Randall Horton

    I left the workshop understanding poetry could perhaps save my life, if I gave it a chance.

    Group photo of Randall Horton, Derrick Anderson, Sean Dalpiaz, and others
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    By Randall Horton

    The need for a funeral or homegoing for my [self] constructed as the [ex] has been evident for quite some time.

    Randall Horton
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    By Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb

    When last June we heard about the kids arriving in New York from the Southern border, we raced to LaGuardia to stage something visible.

    Post reading: John Roberts Is an Asshole —Ancient Muslim Proverb
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    By Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb

    I’m not one to go digging around in old dirt, but sometimes you find good bones.

    PEN Flyer for 1982 reading in support of victims of Lebanon War.
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    By Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb

    In halls and moods of violent possession, we speak of languages as things we “have.”

    Tweet from babyghost: If I could turn myself into a cloud I would do it all the time.
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The Poetry Foundation's blog for poetry and related news.

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