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Poem of the Week: Christopher Salerno

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Poem of the Week: Micah Towery

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[An Invitation (Horace's Ode i.20)]

Poem of the Week: Mary McHugh

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[American Typewriter]

Poem of the Week: Alison Rogers Napoleon

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[Cycle]

Poem of the Week: Josh Hockensmith

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[in our bodies now]

Look What God Can Do!

by Colie Hoffman Memoir
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No one wants to appear childlike and vulnerable to others, but everyone (everyone who seeks out new experiences, anyway) wants to feel that way–along with love, awe is the one of the emotions people seek most deeply. And for writers, whose job is to express the inexpressible, the hidden, these two aims can feel at odds.

Here Be Dragons

by Colie Hoffman Writing
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We all have our ways of dealing with the unknown, I guess. Apparently cartographers used to write “Here be dragons” on sections of uncharted territory, especially oceans.

Letter from Karnataka

by Colie Hoffman Writing
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While all this is magical, it’s really just a sideshow to the main attraction: For 10 straight weeks, I have all the free time in the world to write, write, write.

Poem of the Week Doubleheader! Colie Hoffman & Maya Funaro

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[Poem of the Week: Maya Funaro and Colie Hoffman]

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