To Be A Goddess

Woman Without Shame by Sandra Cisneros | reviewed by Alejandra Hernandez

Poetry as Global Process

Selfie: Poetry, Social Change & Ecological Connection by James Sherry | Reviewed by Abigail Ardelle Zammit

Unearthed Gems

Carbon: Song of Crafts by Svetlana Lavochkina | Reviewed by Marina Brown

Removal Era

Threed, This Road Not Damascus by Tamara J. Madison | Reviewed by Arthur Kayzakian

Identity Is Not Destination

New-Generation African Poets: A Chapbook Box Set (Saba), edited by Kwame Dawes and Chris Abani | Reviewed by Brent Ameneyro

Pandemic Poetry

Four Quartets: Poetry in the Pandemic, edited by Kristina Marie Darling & Jeffrey Levine | Reviewed by Alexa T. Dodd

Mistress: A Review by Maya Carter

Chet’la Sebree, in her premier collection, Mistress, offers an astonishing parallel between the 19th and 21st-century woman and the challenges of navigating Black womanhood at the intersection of men, sexuality, and self-actualization. She creates a speaker born of the innermost thoughts of both Sally Hemings, the slave and alleged mistress of Thomas Jefferson, and herself …

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Strange Cargo

The Galleons by Rick Barot | Reviewed by Paula Stacey