Springtime and other feelings we need right now, with poems by Barbara Stout, James McGrath, Gilbert Arzola and Shirley J. Brewer.
A tribute episode to the remarkable poet.
Well and lesser-known forms, with poems by Lee Warner Brooks, Elinor Horwitz, Norma Chapman and Bonnie Naradzay.
The Groundhog, the Mouse and the Crow, with pieces by Laura Wisniewski, Alene Bricken and Jean Connor.
Love and romance, with poems by Denise Rue, C. W. Emerson, Marge Piercy, Chuck Madansky and Dorothy Weil.
Reformations, with poems by Curt Sloan, Jesse Arthur Stone and Joyce La Mers.
Honoring our late loved ones, with poems by Mark Elber and Fran Markover.
Four poems in the spirit of mother-ness, introducing a new collection by Sandy Longley.
Mother memories, with poems by Gilbert Arzola, Wilderness Sarchild, Wendy Elizabeth Ingersoll and Daniel Carpenter.
Contemplating what helps us bloom, with poems by Kathy Mangan, Sarah Yerkes and Catherine DeNunzio.
It’s the soundtrack to our lives and the rhythmic telling of our destinies with poems by Diana la Com, Ruth Moon Kempher and Harry Bauld.
The things we use to say what we need and how we feel, with poems by Tony Howarth, Sophia Rivkin and Tim Gillespie.
Enjoying all that came before, what is here now, and what will be with poems by John Glowney, Sharron Singleton, Maryhelen Snyder and Henry Morgenthau.
Witness the blooming of April’s expectations and memories with poems by Rochelle Jewel Shapiro, Jim Zafris, Mike Jurkovic and April Lindner.
Taking a deeper look into our invisible, innermost scars, with poems by Tonia Dixon, Kelly Madigan and Diane Fusting.
Diving into the month that has transfixed history, with works by Julie Cadwallader Staub, Julia Carter Aldrich and Julie LeMay.
Appreciating the form and flow of words, with poems by former Wells Burgess, John Ridland, Nancy Carlson and Nan Fry.
Embracing the sweet, and sometimes bitter, temptation of love this season, with poems by Michael Schneider, John Davis and Rachel Michaud.
Remembering those lost to racial injustice while hoping for a brighter tomorrow, with poems by Art Cohen, Robert Nelson and Ted Lockhart.
Recalling memories and faces, with works from Henry Morgenthau, Dennis Lee and Mark Elber.
Memories of childhood and the curious experience of our changing bodies, with works by Nancy Davidoff Kelton, Susan Okie and Wendy Taylor Carlisle.
Another year, another lesson with poems by Maxine Gibson, Doris Watts and Melanie Dubose.
Late December, lights shining in the darkness, with inspiring words from Andrew Brown and Gilbert Arzola.
On flight and nightly trips, with poems by Scott Ward, Arne Weingart and Paula Colangelo.
The season of the centaur, with pieces by Joyce Abell, Alan C. West, Nancy Davidoff Kelton and Dennis H. Lee.
The people that survived, with pieces by Charles West, Freddie Lee Wilson, Craig Hukill, David McAleavey and Michael Miller.
More honorable mentions from the new issue of Passager, Lenett Partlow-Myrick, Len Freeman, Bob Shapero and Jerome Gagnon.
Introducing the Mark Elber’s prize-winning book, featuring selected poems from the just-released Headstone.
Four poems from 2022 Passager Poetry Contest Winner David Bergman.
Reflections from Judith Beth Cohen, Maureen Woodcock, Gloria Kropf, Lynn M. Knapp, Rich Bates, Wendy Watson, Martha Graham-Waldon, Amy Cotler, Mary Alice Dixon, Ellen Reichman, Tricia Knoll, Pia Wood, Susan Milord and Dayana Moreno.
Honorable mentions from the new issue of Passager, with poems by Joyce Schmid, Julie Pratt and James McGrath.
Honoring the ampersand and the bridges between ideas, with poems by Marilyn Wallner, Anne Myles, Patricia Zylius and Sarah Yerkes.
Sunny and seasonal, with poems by Pat Hale, Dorothy Riehm, John O’Dell and Ed Minus.
On this 100th episode of Burning Bright, poems by 100-year-olds Jean Connor, Henry Morgenthau III and Sarah Yerkes.
Growing pains, with excerpts by Sarah Dabney and Timothy Reilly.
Mid-century childhoods, with pieces by Judy Lee Green, Marianne Patty and Rosanne Singer.
Three women of WWII, with poems by Diane Dees, E. Laura Golberg and Shirley Brewer.
Memorable mothers, with pieces by Maureen Hossbacher, Margaret Osburn, Nancy Davidoff Kelton and Chris Carbaugh.
Opening Day, with pieces by Harry Bauld, John Kimmey and Jennifer Wallace.
Meet Bert and Callum, with pieces by Kathy Shorr and Kirk Wareham.
Birth, new beginnings and miracles, with poems by Beth Paulson, Liz Abrams-Morley and Wendy Hoffman.
Celebrating women, with pieces by Wilderness Sarchild, Gilbert Arzola and Joyce Abell.6 minutes TRANSCRIPT At the beginning of her book Old Women Talking, Wilderness Sarchild says, “In our culture, old age often indicates invisibility, but the old women I know … Continued
Two years of COVID, with excerpts from Juliet Wilson, Orman Day, Patrick Hansel, Elaine Lambert and Liz Abrams-Morley.7 minutes TRANSCRIPT Two years ago, in March, 2020, the World Health Organization declared Covid a pandemic, and President Trump declared a national … Continued
Life and death and curiosity, with poems by Joyce La Mers, Maureen Murphy Woodcock, Pat Hurley and Fran Markover.
A peek inside the 2022 Open Issue, with excerpts from Rhett Watts, Jayne Brown and Patrick J. Murphy.
Presidential namesakes, with poems by Rossme Taylor, Tom Buchanan and Leah Johnson.
The first time we Passagerians visited Henry Morgenthau at his home at Ingleside Retirement Community in Washington, DC this past June, we were touched by his hospitality; he even had lunch prepared for us when we arrived. We were awed … Continued