Honoring Lusia Slomkowska

Help us celebrate the launch of Lusia Slomkowska’s collection, Wire & Wail: April 29, 2017, at the Tucson Poetry Festival. Books will be available for purchase. More about the TPF here. A reading of Lusia’s poems will take place on April 22, 2017, 7pm at Woman Kraft Gallery, 388 S. Stone Ave. Tucson, AZ. Read more

handholding: 5 kinds | Reviewed at Rain Taxi

Two hands being held is an image abstract, though representative of collaboration, and it is also the image evocating balance, unity, gentleness, and a grateful reciprocity. Review of new book by Tracie Morris by Greg Bem at Rain Taxi Source: handholding: 5 kinds | Rain Taxi

Kore Press in Bustle Magazine

Lately, there has been a whole lot of talk about whose voices are most welcome this world, whose voices are amplified the loudest, who is invited to sit (and speak) at the decision-making table, and, alternately, which people and populations have been… Literary Businesses Run By Women Every Reader Needs To Support Source: 13 Literary

Tracie Morris Event Photos & Participant Survey

Thanks to everyone who came out and supported our series of Tracie Morris events, April 6-9th, in various ways and styles! We’d love to hear from you! If you would be so kind, and have a moment, we sure do appreciate hearing from participants about their experiences. These responses help shape future events and provide

New Release: Wire & Wail by Lusia Slomkowska

Announcing the release of Wire & Wail! Wire and Wail is by turns autobiographic, scientific, philosophic, and religious. Lusia Slomkowska wrote  that after her second open-heart surgery, her physical limitations show up in her poems… not as crowns of thorns, but as other symbols of anger and grief: her shattered aortic valve was replaced with a porcine

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