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Co-published with PRX’s To the Best of Our Knowledge. In this final part of our series, we’re talking about the right to meaningful work and what happens …

Co-published with Mother JonesIn Oakland, a poet and her crew of “poverty scholars” are doing just that.

Co-published with Literary Hub. Rodrigo Toscano's poetry engages with the world of work, including its impasses and oppressions.

Co-published with The NationAs the pandemic closed down New York City, Fitzgerald found her daughter and herself priced out of a place to live.

Co-published with The Believer. A striking series of documentary poems about ex-offenders and their struggle to find housing after prison in Cleveland, Ohio.

Co-published with The Forward. I no longer let my physical attributes define me. But recent anti-Semitic comments by a handful of Black celebrities have me again exploring …

Co-published with Literary Hub. Poet Jen Fitzgerald chronicles her struggle with housing insecurity in a series of stunning fact-based poems and personal images.

Co-published with Believer Magazine. Manhattan’s Chinatown is a symbol of inequality, and of how one American metropolis is in truth two cities.

Co-published with Literary Hub. Is it possible to attend AWP if you’re poor? Alison Stine writes about the haves and have-nots of America's biggest writers' conference.

Co-published with The New York Times. Political rhetoric has gotten dull and empathy fatigue has set in. A more creative communication approach can combat that.

Co-published with Columbia Journalism Review. If we are going to use the written word,  we need to be more imaginative about the modes we are using.

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