Departments / Fiesta
Patricia Smith, in 34, describes the rising waters and the victims they claim.
Poets are coming to Washington to hammer home a message and hammer out a new poetic vision for America in the world.
Christi Kramer compares the lives of one who leaves and one who stays behind.
Poet Susan Tichy reflects on what we think about when we think about war.
In her poem In vigil (2), Lee Sharkey describes a tense exchange at a silent peace gathering.
With words and pictures, artist Ellen O'Grady tells a story from the Occupied Territories.
E. Ethelbert Miller talks with Edwidge Danticat about her new memoir, U.S. immigration law, and U.S.-Haitian relations.
At the Istanbul Biennale, antiwar artists shock and awe, but why is their work so alluring?
E. Ethelbert Miller talks to novelist Anya Achtenberg about Cambodia, memory, and the lives of others.
Iranian poet Farideh HassanzadehMostafavi asks Adrienne Rich, Joy Harjo, Billy Collins, Maryam Ala Amjadi, and others about American foreign policy, 9/11, war, and the true essence of poetry.