On April 14th, 2012, Leila Ambrosino was seen for the very last time. A body was found days later. Lucas Benton was charged with her murder. Years later, the truth comes out.
It’s been 23 years since the school shooting in Columbine, and such events are still happening today. This is a time capsule following students from two different decades during lockdown.
This recipe/poem explores my longing to establish a connection to my familial ancestry through my grandmother’s delicious cookie recipe. I reveal what I know, what I don’t, and the murky truth in between.
This is a poem about environmental justice that adopts the voice of the Earth or Mother Nature and aims to bring awareness to how our actions can have a negative impact on our climate.
A poem about washing my face, and watching someone else wash their face, and being a hopeless romantic.
A story about barnyard animals who used to be friends.
How is the environment we live in really affected by our actions? These poems bring insight into the relationship between humans and nature, in the best and worst of times.
A speaker reflects on their treatment of their mother.
Even after we’ve destroyed ourselves over a refusal to view ourselves as one with each other and the Earth, it will never truly die. There’s something greater than ourselves, below us at all times.
Welcome to a podcast about the poem “Melancholy” written by mentee Elaine Ng and her mentor Jennifer Bacon! This poem is about the impact of COVID-19 on Elaine’s experiences as a high schooler.
A glimpse into the tantalizing cycle of waiting and wanting.
While in new york city, waiting in the long line for a pop-up shop with my friend who was a Shawn Mendes fanatic, I started to feel dizzy.
The first poem was originally published in an essay titled “Red Stars Over Flushing: Edmond Jabes, Mahmoud Darwish, and Yellow Power.”
Pieces of Legos that click in more ways than one.
a reflective poem about visibility, exigence, and superficial perfection.