April 30, 2015

Facing It

By Dora Malech

Today, though I stumble, as usual, I am “thinking through” my language–considering my word choices in a draft of a poem, in comments on student work, in conversations with other attendees on the steps […]

September 5, 2014

Political Poetry

By Amit Majmudar

  Should poets speak truth to power? Is it their role to court censorship, to call out social injustices, to commentate, to dare reveal political iniquity for what it is […]

September 30, 2013

The Poetics of Campus Security Alerts

By Brian Michael Murphy

Someone needs to write the book on a new genre of literature gripping the land. It is a short form; its characters are stock; its storylines nearly never begin in […]