Biblio Cheval I was disappointed not to go to the town of Limbe with Clement. In Haiti, Clement Benoit II is to books what Paul Farmer is to medicine. He waited for me in the open air lobby of La Plaza […]
Limp Laws The Catholic Church has long enjoyed involving itself in the most intimate details of the conjugal bedroom, although its motives took a radical turn in the Middle Ages. Early thinkers […]
On the Environment, Leisure, and Loathing
What are poets doing to lessen their carbon footprint?
— Lisa G., St. Louis, Missouri
Dean Young’s “Whale Watch” captures the sentiment of many poets regarding […]