Writing and Teaching in a Time of Crisis: Lessons from June Jordan with Suzanne Gardinier
Suzanne Gardinier discusses how June Jordan’s radical teaching and writing resisted divisions, formed alliances, and spoke to urgent political realities of the time.
Bettissima: An Exhibition of the Life and Letters of Elizabeth Kray
A look at the institutions built and friendships forged by Elizabeth Kray, who shaped the landscape of American poetry from the mid–20th century to the present day.
Writing and Teaching in a Time of Crisis: Lessons from June Jordan
Inspired by June Jordan, Donna Masini calls for the integration of writing with activism, personal life, and the “moral imagination.”