With Intersection, her monthly column, celebrated poet Chelsea Dingman enters a place of questions left hanging—of lyric understanding, of addiction, and womanhood, and politics, and death.
By Kim Harvey
Time to turn up the heat on this chilly February with some Poetry We Admire on the theme of Eros— a specially selected curation of recently published poems full of sensuality, desire, and an exploration of erotic love.
By Leila Chatti
“There will be in your life an absence so big / you will not believe it. You will say Show me / the body, and they will not show you the body.”
We are so grateful to all of our partner-poets for sharing their work with us—please enjoy their beautiful words in our Featured Poetry catalogue.
“In April we will find her body. / It is March. New York is gray, in between / seasons like a heart undecided / between new love and loss.”
Community Feedback is our recurring column that provides an opportunity for our audience to get some quick, free & exceptional feedback on a new poem. This month’s guest editor is Heather Derr-Smith.