Poetry Category

RENDERING RENDER by Collin Kelley

by Collin Kelley __________ In the summer of 2010, I had the amazing opportunity to guest lecture at Worcester College at Oxford University in the United Kingdom as part Georgia Tech’s Study Abroad Program. On my off day, I went with fellow teachers Karen Head and Colin Potts to see the Sally Mann exhibition at […]

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Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: A Poem by Montgomery Maxton

White Horse of Conquest (1999-2002) Papa in middle-age crisis— we stare down this damn Y2K, waiting for the world 2 revel & glitch 0-0-0, out here on this quiet estate that’s guarded by the fence we spent a summer posting and railing, and now in this deep winter at the end of the innocent world […]

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SRP Soundtrack: He Do the Gay Man in Different Voices

From Stephen S. Mills: I write in silence. No music. No television. No other people in my apartment. I can’t take the distraction and my mind is often going so fast that it takes all my concentration to keep my fingers typing out the words or writing out the words. That’s not to say music […]

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The Voice Behind Voices

Recently, we asked Theresa Senato Edwards why she wrote Voices Through Skin: I’ve had OCD since I was about four years old,  maybe younger, but I’m not sure.  I didn’t know what I had until I was 26 and watched a 60 minutes episode that really can be credited with introducing the disorder to the world.  I was one […]

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No H8. Anywhere.

Please read this poem by our friend Daniel Nathan Terry – and if you know someone in North Carolina, please urge them to vote AGAINST NC AMENDMENT ONE.

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