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  • Madwomen In The Attic

    Women Who Don’t Bite Their Tongues: Writing Workshop Celebrates More Than Thirty Years On a recent October morning, the Madwomen in the Attic poetry workshop began with an argument. A student shared a poem written by [...]

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  • The Lonely Boy

    As he sits back locked in his room isolating himself from the world he cradles back and forth too afraid to even think as if it will harm him so just as himself he also keeps [...]

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  • Lorin Stein: The Guardian of a Pantheon

    Photo © National Arts Club Page Series, pageseries.wordpress.com New York, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, Chicago, San Francisco, Claremont, Los Angeles. Those were the cities in the whistle-stop tour of Lorin Stein. On his journey, the 37-year-old editor [...]

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  • Hinemoana Baker: The Page and the Stage

    Hinemoana Baker at the Jazz Poetry Concert, Photo © Renee Rosensteel In “Our Children Have Run Away to Fiji” New Zealand poet Hinemoana Baker writes, “When they get there they make entirely/ different noises. This one [...]

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