Wisconsin People & Ideas
Join us live on our Facebook page on July 16 to hear Kathleen Dale share a reading of her award-winning poetry.
The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters is celebrating our 150th anniversary and the latest issue of Wisconsin People & Ideas magazine with virtual readings by Fiction & Poetry contest winners.
By age three everything’s in place.There’s a closet for storing languagewith all the nouns and verbs on hooks and hangersknowing their places, who comes first
I rummaged around in words all day,changing this one, discarding that one,snipping, pruning, and adding, a gardenerworking in a field of meaning flowers.
EDITOR'S NOTE: We will provide an updated version of this article by July 1, 2020, that addresses some historical inaccuracies and provides a more detailed overview of the origins of WOJB.
Over the past few months our lives have taken a dramatic turn as vague concerns about the novel coronavirus shifted to the realization that we were facing a full-blown global pandemic.
In Copper Yearning, poet Kimberly Blaeser fills the pages with light, lore, and love.
Dr. Merton gave Shelby Aronowitz bad news. The pain in her knee was osteosarcoma. They would have to amputate.
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