Posts Tagged: Dan Shewan

Next Letter in the Mail: Dan Shewan

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We’re getting ready to send out our next Letter in the Mail, and it’s from Dan Shewan! Dan writes about courage and about how we need to remind ourselves of those everyday moments of courage when we are all brave enough to do what’s needed. Don’t miss out! Subscribe to Letters in the Mail today! And, Letters in the Mail […]

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“As Long As Trees Last” by Hoa Nguyen

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Seattle’s renowned independent press, Wave Books, recently published Hoa Nguyen’s third full-length collection of poems, As Long As Trees Last. In it, Nguyen once again dares to experiment with form, structure, and language to bring us a collection of genuinely thought-provoking poems interspersed with glimpses of beauty often missed in the bustle of modern life.

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“The Crossed Out Swastika” by Cyrus Cassells

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Cyrus Cassells’ fifth collection of poems, The Crossed-Out Swastika, treads the familiar yet treacherous and muddy ground of World War II. For a less skilful poet, such hostile territory may have presented an insurmountable challenge. For Cassells’, however, the atrocities of war provide an opportunity to show us that, even in its darkest hour, the […]

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