A Poet-Tree Grows in Cape May: Sylvia Baer, an English literature professor at Rowan College at Gloucester, has created quite an impression on her community in Cape May, NJ.
The poem captures you, bringing you into this intimate moment, this intimate kingdom. Jones’ poem is one of the best pieces I have read in months, maybe even years.
Colorado Inmates Use Poetry to Connect With the Community : Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop started a program called “On the Same Page UNITED”
Oh, I want to be within this poem. Irish landscapes…romantic gestures…The visuals of the actions make you yearn to be sated, just as the protagonist is “thirsty, as if I licked the salty undersides of little boats anchored in the bay.”
Last year, Hooked, an app that told short stories through text messages was released. An update to the app was released this week that now lets readers become writers too.
“Where Is Our Black Avant-Garde?” by Zinzi Clemmons in Literary Hub Clemmons’ piece is an intriguing explanation of the types of literature that are personally