By Samantha English, ’19Read More Diagnosis of the Fifth
By Megan O’Keefe, ’16Read More June
By Genny Rogers, ’16 Not so much the cold as the silence made me bend to straighten my stocking and then your tie. Young among the bricks of snow, I looped my arm back with yours and rubbed my runny nose. You said something that faded into my hat. Snowflakes stuck to my woolen […]Read More Boarding School
By Laura Mayron, ’16 I’d never been dissected before, but that night I learned how to peel myself apart under a bruised and yellow moon. I’d been too young to know the exposed bellies of fruit pits glistening raw with juice and sorrow, but I became a woman with a pomegranate heart. Set me out […]Read More Bruised Fruits of the Holy Spirit
by C. C. Reynes, ’16Read More Home
From Hong’s website: Cathy Park Hong’s latest poetry collection, Engine Empire, was published in 2012 by W.W. Norton. Her other collections include Dance Dance Revolution, chosen by Adrienne Rich for the Barnard Women Poets Prize, and Translating Mo’um. Hong is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and the New York Foundation for the […]Read More Contemporary Poets: Cathy Park Hong
Today marks the beginning of NATIONAL POETRY WRITING MONTH 2016! Get ready for some new poetry from Wellesley College-affiliated writers, as well as our “Contemporary Poets” tag highlighting new and contemporary writers around the country.Read More National Poetry Writing Month Begins!