By Katy Scrogin
"We woke to so much snow / the world’s edges had vanished" →
Our February Book Notes features new releases from Collegeville Institute alumni, including Michael Mather, William C. Mills, Cara Meredith, and Lynn Otto. →
On Nostalgia and Memory
After his parents sell the family home, Anthony G. Siegrist revists childhood memories and reflects on the nature of nostalgia. →
A Poem Two Years in the Making
Sometimes a poem takes years to complete, undergoing multiple revisions. In this essay, Andrew Taylor-Troutman takes us through his process. →
Kim Bridgford's poem begins: "It's the lawlessness that takes her aback." →
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