Risa Denenberg of The Rumpus has just written a review of Tanya Olson's Stay. She writes that "Some of the poems in Stay are blatantly shocking and unforgettable, but even the most uncomfortably murky poems left their impress on me." Stay has certainly left a lasting impression on us!
In Her Own Words: Diannely Antigua on "Something Dies in Me Every Month"
Diannely Antigua shares the context and history of her poem "Something Dies in Me Every Month" in The Poetry Society of America's ongoing feature In Their Own Words. What a joy to have this insight into Diannely's words and her writing process!