Why I Chose It: Michigan Quarterly Review reader Abigail McFee introduces Kristene Kaye Brown’s “Why I Stopped Watering the Plants” from our Spring 2021 issue. You can purchase it here. “A body that hungers is a body that hopes,” begins Kristene Kaye Brown’s “Why I Stopped Watering the
Margaret Kimball is an award-winning illustrator and the author of And Now I Spill the Family Secrets, a graphic memoir about mental illness and family dysfunction. Her graphic essays have appeared or are forthcoming in The Believer, Ecotone, Black Warrior Review, South Loop Review, and
Using this lesson plan for High School students explore your personal landscape with Dong Li’s translation Zhu Zhu’s poem “Inland.”
Explore the archeology of your life with a poem by francine j. harris in this lesson plan for High School Students.
A poet is a time mechanic not an embalmer.