Imagining Lives

Imagining Lives is a poetry book with a past. Bernice Lever’s writing transports the reader to the 1940s and ‘50s, where children make mud pies and listen to family stories of the “dirty thirties.” Imagining Lives does not only look back, however. Lever seamlessly moves forward into more contemporary times, musing on nature, technology, and... Read more »

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Can’t get Enough of “Crow”

Cornelia Hoogland has launched a website devoted to her latest book with Black Moss, Crow. Check it out here for more information on this fantastic and innovative book of poetry.

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Other Living Things

Carlinda D’Alimonte’s second collection of poems, Other Living Things (2009), explores the hard process of undoing the hurt of childhood and adolescence. The poems give a voice to the lingering ghosts of neglect, humiliation, loss, and abuse experienced by those least able to fight back. The poems hint to the self-destructive fallout of those early experiences: namely,... Read more »

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