Poetry by Grace Smith.
Two poems by Judy Mathews.
A poem by Clare Welsh.
A poem by Kevin T. Cantwell.
Three poems by D.A. Hosek
“Mennonites have not been in the habit of changing details to suit the story: from our very first confessions of faith we've expected language to be a useful, solid bucket to hold truths as clear as water.”
Lewis had a way with language that spoke to the unlettered and unread—the key of which lay in slang and vulgarity.
To Hughes, America has never achieved its potential. Never reached the supposed promises enumerated in the nation’s founding documents.
Two poems by Evelyn Zelmer composed from Tinder biographies of Ohio.
A poem by Avery Gregurich.
A poem by Jason Irwin.
A poem by Stephen May.