A conversation with Ukrainian-American writer Askold Melnyczuk on Ukraine’s bloody history, his family’s journey from war-torn Europe to the U.S., and…
Written a decade before "1984," Orwell's darkly comic novel speaks to today's claustrophobic environment of commercialism, propaganda and war.
Just 59 and suffering from his second kidney failure, my brother's love of nature sheds light on Theodore Roethke’s 'The Waking.'
A conversation with the first Native American poet laureate of the United States on the importance of our "poetry ancestors," and why we must always…
Upon the birth of her son, writes Molly Wesling, the great poet sent a gift: "The Complete Winnie-the-Pooh." The inscription read, "To Nicholas Wesling…
A reading for Ukraine reminds us that the survival of poetry is nothing less than the survival of the human soul.
A conversation with Robert Hass, Pulitzer Prize winner and former poet laureate, on haiku, war, Czesław Miłosz, and the responsibilities of writers.
A conversation with military historian Carter Malkasian on the sad reality that Ukraine matters more to Russia and its dictator than to the U.S. and…
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The First Person with Michael Judge