Monday, March 25, 2019

Lit Review: Little Climates

Welcome to Lit Review, where columnist Dominiq Wilson will take apart a series of chapbooks to figure out what works and what doesn't for...

Lit Reveiw: The Spoons in the Grass are There to Dig a Moat

Welcome to Lit Review, where columnist Dominiq Wilson will take apart a series of chapbooks to figure out what works and what doesn't for...

Lit Review: The History of Chapbooks

Welcome to Lit Review, where columnist Dominiq Wilson will take apart a series of chapbooks to figure out what works and what doesn't for...

BSA & SpeakOut partner for open mic on ‘Civil Discourse’

Last Thursday the 25th, the Black Student Alliance and poetry club SpeakOut at Transylvania University co-hosted an open mic night in commemoration of Dr....

Under the Gun: I dreamed last night I dreamed

And in that sleep, the world was burning under golden flare of paper. Ink ran in shimmering tears, rivulets of past sorrows melting upwards in soft...

Under the Gun: How Much Longer

Another day Another headline Another body count And I can’t keep track anymore. Too many people Too many lives Have been wrenched away Beaten Crushed Stolen And yet we do nothing We beg And plead And yell And...

Poetry: Necromancer

I am not a necromancer I don’t talk to the dead can’t call me on your ouija board I won’t resurrect what I’ve buried beneath my flowers I am not clairvoyant I can’t...

Poetry: ‘And We Shall Inherit The Earth’

I have been witness to Holocene unheard of. Where we walk, dead flowers wane in wilt, filling our footsteps with their shrinking corpses like the marks of...