Katie Manning discusses the inspiration for using Bible verses as a tool for art rather than weaponry in her new chapbook A Door with a Voice.
Noh Anothai discusses his poem “Sappho Responds,” which contemplates the Pulse attack from Sappho’s view that love—not violence—is the subject worth glorifying.
Julianna DeMicco reflects on the art she encountered while studying abroad in Italy and how that art depicts Florence’s history and evolving values.
A mundane trip to renew visas surprises Jasmine An with stunning views of the Thai-Myanmar border and a golden temple.
Edward Loera reflects on lost love and his visits to the shrine Santuario de Plateros where pilgrims fill the walls with wishes to el Santo Niño de Atocha.