If somebody told you that the key to stopping thousands of Texas inmates from reentering prison was teaching them how to write poetry, you […]
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“Poetry really never had its punk. There’s no one that ever really said, ‘It’s okay to write shit.’ But for punk, it’s ‘learn three chords and you have a song.’ I think Alt Lit is like that. It’s crude. It’s DIY.”
Since spring 2012, San Antonio, Houston and McAllen have created paid, public-engagement-heavy positions for city poet laureates.
Our America: From Oil Well to Refinery is the proud caption splayed beneath a print of assorted oil wells at the Cracker Barrel restaurant […]
A poem from Eugene Novogrodsky.