Poet Sara Eddy has published two chapbooks — “Tell the Bees” and “Full Mouth” — about bees, food, and life.
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Poems of identity can orient us to who we are and who we want to continue to be—even against the odds of unkind or neglectful forces.
In “Too Many Seeds,” poet Gabrielle Myers uses food and nature to reflect upon life, meaning, and what we often take for granted.
In “Learning to Pray,” poet Yahia Lababidi asks an eternal question: how do we fill the spiritual vacuum in our hearts?
To read the poems of “The Green Man” by David Russell Mosley is to walk the ancient paths of Nature and faith.
Poems on the Writing Life start with life—whether real or imagined. Take a walk with author Callie Feyen and find your “writing life” poems!
“Love in the Time of Coronavirus” by Angela Alaimo O’Donnell is the poet’s journal of the pandemic year and its change and upheaval.
The 47 sonnets of “How Does He Love Me?” by Brad Lussier remind us that love is transcendent, eternal and unchanging.
Osip Mandelstam (1891-1938) was a leading poet in the Silver Age of Russian poetry, until ran afoul of the Stalinist regime.
Everything familiar is lost in Tom Sastry’s latest book, “A Man’s House Catches Fire” — a poetry collection for our moment.
What happens when your coffee shop has no shop? Join author L.L. Barkat for a discussion of the poem “Rider” and thoughts on resilience.
Did you know that one of the top ways to curb climate breakdown is by eating a plant-rich diet? Poetry on the Menu is a 30-day writing challenge that will introduce you to the glories of eating plantfully—with health, good humor, and good taste as your close companions.
In this month’s column, inaugural Poet Laura Tania Runyan nibbles around the edges of the chocolate poem box and comes up with some thoughtful delights.
Join author Callie Feyen as she recalls Thanksgiving beauty that spilled over into her wedding. And write your own Thanksgiving poem.
Carefully developed based on the successful “UCEful Model,” our latest book tackles a big need expressed by educators: climate teaching must somehow fit into their subject areas if it’s going to be taught. Enter “Earth to Poetry.”
In “Herod’s Dispensations,” poet Harry Clifton considers Herod and his systems of ordering, and then considers the world we know today.
Join Callie Feyen as she contemplates whether it is asking the question, or finding the answer that makes us strong. Then get poetic with a question of your own.
“Tropic of Squalor” by poet and memorist Mary Karr demonstrates Karr’s well-earned reputation for excellence in imagery and metaphor.
What’s the difference between mystery and fear? Join Callie Feyen as she discusses trying to create mystery poems from what makes us afraid.
Let’s take a look at the alphabet and see what creatures crawl and spring from letters we know so well. Then, it’s time to write letter poems!