The author of What Can I Tell You?: Selected Poems considers how lyric poetry may communicate beyond the realm of private experience.
“I’m not a writer, I’m a receiver for something I don’t always understand.” —James Cagney, author of Martian: The Saint of Loneliness
Copy editors are adapting to increasing cultural awareness of racial injustice and new approaches to representing identity on the page. How can their work can help or hinder social change?
Big Shoulders Books publishes writing from and about Chicagoans whose stories are overlooked—and then gives its books away for free.
A message to self-proclaimed allies: Actions speak louder than words.