Place. Relationship. Faith. Neurodiversity. Creative practices. Advice for new poets--poetry couple Jon and Elisa Rowe explore all this, and more, in this interview :).
How do we process unanswered questions and gaps in memory, especially regarding war and wounds? Pastor Poet Patrick Hansel gives us some clues in his new book Quitting Time.
This year, I've celebrated Black History Month by learning from Black artists and poets, past present, and future. The more I learn, the more I want to learn.
Why memorize a poem? What do race, #ChurchToo, and embodiment have to do with poetry? I explore all of those questions, and more, in this hot-off-the-press book review.
Poems (and psalms) alone are not sufficient to address injustice. But they can be a first step in the right direction.
A discussion about the poetry scene in Malaysia, as well as poetry's role in activism, mental health, and faith.
Veneta Masson discusses how nursing turned her into a poet, as well as the medical community's increased interest in poetry.
A poem about working at an abusive church.