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Co-published with Harper's MagazineCan a city stop a housing crisis?

Co-published with Wisconsin Public Radio and PRXFor generations, documentary poets have helped make sense of some of our most difficult moments – by expressing what might otherwise be impossible to say. So what are they writing about

Co-published with Literary Hub"Growing up within the poorer half of our country is my history."

Co-published with Orion MagazineDocumentary verse by five homeless poets.

Co-published with The NationThe ongoing housing crisis in Portland, Oregon, has desensitized us to the real people who have been affected.

Co-published with Greater Good Magazine. Are people in control, or do external forces shape our lives? Our "attributions" affect how compassionate we are to ourselves and others.

Co-published with Fast CompanyIn the first in our new series with Fast Company, author Alex Miller tells the story of how his New School professor helped him get published when he had lost all hope.

Co-published with GristWhen you're homeless, dangerous air isn't just during wildfire season.

Co-published with Fast CompanyCompanies like PadSplit offer affordable rooms in shared houses, but they often come with major issues.

Co-published with DefectorAs a full-time worker, as well as a single mom responsible for three children, Nieshea Walker still can’t afford the average market-rate rental apartment in Cincinnati.

Co-published with The New York Review of BooksTwo residential developments in Marin County have, for different reasons, met with resistance from their communities. What can they tell us about the way out of California’s housing emergency?

Co-published with Next Avenue. Finding stability and security for my mom and me is always my primary goal, writes Alex Veeneman.

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