Terese Mailhot is the author of Heart Berries, a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award for English-language nonfiction. She is the recipient of a Whiting Award and the Spalding Prize for the Promotion of Peace and Justice in Literature. She teaches creative writing at Purdue University and Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Camille Dungy and poet friends are back with another list of stellar recommended reading. From new titles to seminal classics, you’ll want to check out these environmentally-engaged poetry collections by Continue reading
HAVE YOU EVER GIVEN your whole body to a people? There are people who know the paradise of my affection—whose mothers smell like clay. People who remember me. I won’t be Continue reading