Byshera Williams is a Junior English Major at Drexel University and the current Associate Editor for The Smart Set.
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A Keatsian Christmas Even if the only poetry you’ve ever read was in high school when the teacher made you do so — blasted adults — you likely intuited that there was something rather different, scope-wise, […]
Artful Artlessness “On or about December 1910, human character changed,” wrote Virginia Woolf. She was referring to the effects on culture of the controversial exhibition, “Manet and the […]
A Question of Timing How does a poet who aims to make his or her expressions timeless react to a contemporary tragedy steeped in politics such as the disaster in the Gulf?
— Dr. […]