Tag: history

POWER OF POETRY #61: AMANDA EARL

Once I divested myself of my image of a poet with a capital P, as an old dead white man from the early 20th century or earlier who had intoned poems in an English accent whilst stroking his sizeable beard, my whole world opened up.

REVIEW: THE BONEYARD – JULIA MADSEN (TREMBLING PILLOW PRESS)

There is a misconception of place, time, and atmosphere of the Heartland. It’s not always calm. It’s not rolling hills and farmland and nice people who do nice things for other nice people, and continue their existence in a silo of that same nice feeling.