Poetry Magazine April 2018

Poetry Magazine April 2018

Featuring Ilya Kaminsky, Javier Zamora, Solmaz Sharif, Camille T. Dungy, Paul Tran, Sharon Olds, Sonia Sanchez, Elizabeth Acevedo, Terisa Siagatonu, Sherwin Bitsui, Kazim Ali, Ellen Bass, Kwame Dawes, Mahogany L. Browne, Kiandra Jimenez, Eboni Hogan, Roya Marsh, Bianca Lynne Spriggs, E'Mon Lauren, Justice Ameer, Raych Jackson, Aracelis Girmay, Idrissa Simmonds, and Eric El Featuring Ilya Kaminsky, Javier Zamora, Solmaz Sharif, Camille T. Dungy, Paul Tran, Sharon Olds, Sonia Sanchez, Elizabeth...

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Poetry Magazine April 2018 Reviews

  • Chrissa
    May 21, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Lisa
    May 24, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Julie Ehlers
    Apr 22, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Brian
    Apr 20, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

  • Erika Dreifus
    Apr 09, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

  • Angie
    Apr 27, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Sarah Marchant
    Apr 26, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Caroline Gerardo
    Apr 27, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Leslie
    Apr 17, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Joseph Dante
    Apr 23, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

  • Tanya Mulkidzhanova
    Apr 06, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Isla McKetta
    May 19, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Maura Badji
    Apr 10, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Austin Searfoss
    Apr 10, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Emily
    Apr 29, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Erick Mertz
    May 21, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

  • Holly
    May 19, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Rachel Elliott
    May 07, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Minxy Librarian
    Apr 22, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

  • Ryan McGinnis
    Apr 05, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Kevin
    May 27, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Samantha
    Apr 19, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Josh Grgas
    Jun 04, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Heather Lake
    May 20, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Sarah
    May 01, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Lyana Rodriguez
    May 25, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Tomo
    May 11, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • E
    Apr 16, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Erin
    Apr 27, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Kathleen Jennings
    Apr 14, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Kelsey  May
    May 25, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • ❄Elsa Frost❄
    Apr 13, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Julia Freitas
    Apr 15, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Kelly
    Apr 22, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Cate Linden
    Apr 12, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Nahid Soltanzadeh
    Apr 27, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Cayce
    Apr 11, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Natalie McAnulla
    Apr 05, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Connor Simpson
    Apr 17, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Cade Miller
    Apr 09, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Summer
    Apr 20, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

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  • Megan Elizabeth
    Apr 21, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Alis
    Apr 06, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Richard Thompson
    Apr 11, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Olivia Bach
    May 18, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Alexandros Kyriacos
    May 02, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Felysha V
    May 04, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Dominic
    May 05, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Sam
    May 07, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Nilanjan Adgiri
    May 14, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Mjay Martinez
    May 16, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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  • Kartik Tiwary
    May 31, 2018

    Overall I loved reading the different styles and perspectives. I plan to continue getting these monthly poetry books because i feel like my eyes have been opened a bit more to places and things i may never experience in any other way. ...

    Engaging approach in this issue, which, as an introductory editor?s note explains, ?presents work from three of many?active communities: Split This Rock, a gathering of those who work for social justice; Black Girl Magic?the name is self-explanatory, but these are poets connect...

    This is a great issue. I particularly enjoyed the Snow City pieces. I wasn?t aware of the work that they did before, and I?d love to learn more about them. I?m more familiar with the great work that the other two groups have done in the past, and know of many of those poets alrea...

    One of the better recent issues. Lots to like, especially Araceli?s Girmay?s ?sister was the wolf?, Camille T. Dungy and the long work by Kazim Ali. Once again though, I?m opposed to these pages that fold out from the center spine. It?s space consuming, egregious in the ...

    More issues like this, please. Diverse, engaging, relevant. Would like to see more lesser-known poets who haven't published twenty books already and won every single award imaginable. ...

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