Jessica Abughattas

Jessica Abughattas is an American poet of Palestinian heritage. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Redivider, BOAAT, Muzzle, The Journal, Tinderbox, Lit Hub, and elsewhere. She received an MFA in poetry from Antioch University and lives in Los Angeles.

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Poetry We Admire: Motherhood

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The declared cruelest month, National Poetry Month, has arrived. Here are four new poems we admire hitting magazines that speak to the vastness of cruelty, featuring work from Golden in The Offing, Mary Morris in Thrush Poetry Journal, Hieu Minh Nguyen in Poetry, and Dilruba Ahmed in NER.

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Poetry We Admire: Spring

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For March’s PWA, our editors sought out poems that explore that delicate, eternal subject, Spring. Featuring work from Leila Chatti in The Journal, Ruth Awad in Poem-a-Day, Dominica Phetteplace in the newest Copper Nickel, and Kate Gaskin in Thrush Poetry Journal.

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