I Faked My Way as an Instagram Poet, and It Went Bizarrely Well
I decided to find out whether Instagram poetry took real talent, or if the whole thing is a sham, by becoming the worst poet the internet has ever seen.
Eve L. Ewing’s New Book Explores the Ways Violence and Time Affect Black Lives
One hundred years after the Chicago Race Riot, '1919' reflects on a century of exodus and deliverance for Black Americans.
Janaka Stucky Brings a Doom-Metal Mysticism to His Poetry Readings
"I want to channel the energy of each performance into conjuring whatever altered state of consciousness I was in when I wrote the work."