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‘A Lovely Meal,’ a Poem by Sawhney

This poem came from a place of detachment. What you see is a rewrite of a short, 10-line poem I originally wrote. I liked...

Up Close and Personal with Our New Resident Poet: Jennifer Sawhney

Jennifer Sawhney is talented, beautiful and full of youth. Her first published book, Lemons, is full of her poems that are deeply personal and...

‘Cobweb Home,’ a Poem by Sawhney

This poem comes from a place of contemplation and wondering why I’ve put up cobwebs, or road blocks in my own life. Some may...

‘Silent Joy,’ a Poem by Sawhney

I wrote this poem to contemplate and acknowledge the small accomplishments I achieved through my own labors. I have encountered people who I love...

The Liberational Musings of Poet Mónica Teresa Ortiz

From her home in Austin, Texas, Mónica Teresa Ortiz writes prose that sounds like poetry and poetry that looks like prose. A first generation...

Never Mind Awards Season – Let’s Bring Back the Glory of...

I bet you know who took home the Oscar for Best Picture this year, even if you didn’t watch the awards ceremony or watch...

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