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Couples and form in Maggie Millner’s ‘Couplets’

“You can’t be lonely,/ after all, if you’re not inside yourself,” poet Maggie Millner writes in her debut book, Couplets. “You can’t be dwelling if you’re somewhere else.”

As we close out National Poetry Month, it is more than appropriate to highlight an up-and-coming poet who is taking the poetry scene by storm.read more.

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Cartoonist Caitlin Cass Re-Draws History

On this day in 2018, Humans in Peril, a collection of fifty single-panel cartoons about humans struggling, was published in the “Great” Moments in Western Civilization Postal Constituent. The Postal Constituent is a bi-monthly periodical consisting of various comics, created by the incredibly artist Caitlin Cass. read more.

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