Poetry

Poetry

The Unknown Daughter

Author: Tricia Knoll

Two things came to mind when I read Tricia Knoll’s recent anthology, The Unknown Daughter. One, a collection of poems by Edgar Lee Masters entitled Spoon River Anthology. In his […]

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The Meaning of Leaving

Author: Kate Rogers

Women’s stories can take many different forms. One of those forms is poetry. With poetry, much can be said in so few words and that’s the case with the poems […]

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Side Notes from the Archivist

Author: Anastacia-Reneé

Anastacia-Reneé’s latest collection of poetry, Side Notes from the Archivist, begins with a retrospective examination of 1980s nostalgia through the lens of a young Black girl growing up in Philadelphia. […]

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No Sweet Without Brine

Author: Cynthia Manick

Like Gwendolyn Brooks, who used her poetic talent to uncover the Black experience in America, Cynthia Manick also takes the reins on self-discovery, bringing to light personal experiences and frustrations […]

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Wolf Woman and Other Poems

Author: Jo-Ann Vega

Jo-Ann Vega’s latest anthology, Wolf Woman, presents a moving testament to her gift for illuminating and confronting human emotions in their simplest form. Her collection of fifty free-verse poems speaks […]

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