A storyteller’s account of Manabu Ikeda’s pen-and-ink commemoration of Japan’s earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster in 2011.
How Emily Dickinson might tell the story of the Anthropocene.
A sonnet about an unexpected winter visitor.
A special edition of our February 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board, honoring Black History Month.
A poem for Champion the turkey, who escaped the Thanksgiving table.
A take on Robert Frost’s famous poem, adapted to reflect changes in Wisconsin forest ownership and conservation.
October 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.
A poem authored after many hours, spent alone, on a train.
July 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.
How can poetry, particularly the “ecopoetics” of Wisconsin poet Lorine Niedecker, help us dwell with our nonhuman places?