“The past has everything to do with the future. Even if you leave it in the past, it becomes you. You become it." Poet Emmy Marucci’s new collection Tell Me Another Story was inspired by the persistent question of children: “Will
Water has always been around me. I could never escape it. After all, it inhabits the world around me and vital to my existence. The Middle Passage is in my blood. I've been lowered in its waves trying to become
I am so excited to bring you this interview with the wonderful Pavana Reddy. Pavana, also known by her pen name MazaDohta, is an LA-based poet and songwriter. Her two poetry collections are Rangoli and Where Do You Go Alone. Reddy’s
Amanda Lovelace is a magical, poetic voice of our generation. She takes her pain and trauma and crafts collections that stir the soul and remind readers that it’s okay to be vulnerable. She is honest and transparent about the things
Poetry as Activism: Cheyenne Tyler Jacobs Talks Gender-Based Violence, the She Will Speak Anthology, and the Importance of Telling Your Story
“There is no one in the world who can tell your story, but there are people in the world who need to hear it.” Cheyenne Tyler Jacobs is on a mission to remind you of four important things: you are needed,
Introverted yet unapologetic, K.Y. Robinson is a Texas-based writer and self-proclaimed poet laureate of her apartment. Her debut poetry collection, The Chaos of Longing, has been reviewed as “relatable,” “on-the-spot,” and “inspiring.”
A two-time National Poetry Slam champion, a four-time published author (The Bones Below, New Shoes on a Dead Horse, We Slept Here, Today Means Amen), and an internationally touring poet, Sierra DeMulder uses her platform to be both an educator
“Poetry feels like lightning to me — It's this incredible jolt of feeling and emotion and power and recognition”
My own experiences were and are the very source of my need to write in the first place. What else can we draw from in writing than our own experiences?
“My own path has always been one of death and rebirth, rising and falling. It brings me comfort to recognize that these ‘ends’ aren’t ends at all, but just another necessary part of the process, like the turning of seasons,
In the age of technology, there’s no excluding technology from the human experience. Though Wetch critiqued technology’s role in today’s society, he does believe technology has its upsides.