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Trigger warning: Some of these recommendations have themes of trauma and abuse, which are briefly discussed in this article.    May presents an opportunity to delve into

Discrimination against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community has increased drastically since the pandemic began. The “Stop AAPI Hate” initiative was launched in

Can poetry benefit from humor? Though some might be surprised, the answer is a clear “yes.” Humor can help poets establish voice in their work,

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Discrimination against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community has increased drastically since the pandemic began. The “Stop AAPI Hate” initiative was launched in

April is National Autism Acceptance Month, also known as National Autism Awareness Month. According to the Autism Science Foundation, one in 59 people have been

When you think of Minneapolis, you probably think of gorgeous, snowy views and frigid temperatures—but don’t look past this thriving city’s decidedly hot literary scene.

Social justice hardly manifests in just one way or with just one, single feeling. However, traces of it may be present in unexpected places, like

Music

Poetry and music have a natural and long-standing connection. The two art forms are both known for their lyricism, rhythm, and strong sense of emotion.

Female poets and songwriters have been slinging empowering lyrics for decades, and March is the perfect time to give them the spotlight. From Nina Simone

With the release of Taylor Swift’s ninth studio album, evermore, the multi-genre musician has further cemented herself as a star songwriter. From “dorothea,” an exercise

The holidays are here, and with them comes no shortage of poetry prompts. If annual traditions, snowy landscapes, and festive decorations have you feeling inspired,