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    By Anne Boyer

    History is full of people who just didn’t.  They said no thank you, turned away, ran away to the desert, stood on the streets...

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    By Patricia Spears Jones

    . . . . . What happened? they ask a question without an answer—our confusion —David Rivard, “Freedom in the Midst” . Insight often disappears but leaves residues,...

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    By Brandon Downing

    It’s February 21st, 2017. We woke this morning to the obnoxious sun. We’re about to see what the latest terrifying rains did to our land...

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    By Johannes Göransson

    [Excerpt from the notebook I kept in the fall of 2014 when I returned home to my native country, Sweden, to rewrite The Sugar...

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    By David Shook

    Nestled off the Bight of Biafra, in the Gulf of Guinea, the island nation of São Tomé and Príncipe consistently makes the list...

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    By Lucy Ives

    To the extent that the world is made up of narrative discourse these days, it seems to have two fundamental ingredients or axes: plausibility...

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    By David Lau

    1 Under signs of the ruthless gangsterism of American politics, we made it to 2017, the centennial of the Russian Revolution. 1917, a land...

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    By Mia You

    Is poetry the hot new soundtrack for fashion? Earlier this year, during New York Fashion Week, designer Tracy Reese asked four poets–Aja Monet,...

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    By David Trinidad

    1 Last November, on election day, on a flight from New York to Chicago, I reread William Carlos Williams’s Spring and All.  I planned to...

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    By Paolo Javier

    The next couple of posts will be devoted to the work of former Parliamantery Poet Laureate of Canada Fred Wah, who lives in...

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