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Poetry from The US & Canada

Felicia McCarthy’s pick of the strongest established and emerging voices in poetry from
The US & Canada

Three Poems by Glenis Redmond

I confront the weighted history of the red clay South. I dig deep. I strive to say the unsayable, while listening to the music of the multitudes that walk with me: my known and my unknown ancestors that seek to be heard.

A Poem by Stacey Curran

Stacey Curran's poem delicately explores the twin ache of memory and loss.

Two Poems by Zachary Kluckman, the Founder of MindWell Poetry

Kluckman will be recognized by readers who understand the mind's darkness, its depths and razor sharp turns.

Poetry by Martin Willitts Jr.

Syracuse retired librarian, Martin Willetts Jr, is an activist for poetry, an editor for Comstock Review with many collections and awards.

Poetry by Patricia Davis-Muffett

Three vivid narrative poems from Patricia Davis-Muffett, each of three describing a different experience from the many tragedies of 2020.

Poetry by Frances Roberts-Reilly

Poetry from Frances Roberts-Reilly a direct descendant of Abram Wood and the notable family of Welsh triple harpists, fiddlers and storytellers.

Poetry by Michael Martin

Quirky contemporary poems from USA's Michael Martin

Poetry by Bruce Meyer

Bruce Meyer, First Poet Laureate of Barrie, Ontario, CBC broadcaster, and prolific writer.

3 Poems by Carolyn L. Tipton

Carolyn L. Tipton, Berkley poet, professor, and award-winning translator brings autumn alive with these short vivid poems.

2 Poems by John Hicks

John Hicks fills his poetry with vibrant colour and sound, in response to the world around him

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