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"Sanctuary" by Beth Feldman Brandt
"Sanctuary" is a sound poem written by Beth Feldman Brandt, spoken by Michelle Angela Ortiz, with music from Kevin MacLeod (courtesy of Cambodean Odessy; Creative Commons Attribution License). This recording was first aired at the launch of APIARY 9...
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"Mother Internet" by Elizabeth Baber
In "Mother Internet: Blessed Virgin: Coming of Age" Elizabeth Baber traces the various representations of Mary (Mother of Jesus) across the internet in both digital and physical landscapes. Baber asks, "Is the internet materal? If so, is she a good...
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Poets Bill of Rites/Rights by Yolanda Wisher
Philadelphia's Poet Laureate, Yolanda Wisher, asked the community what essential rights a poet should hold self-evident. The answers she received weave together to form a powerful assertion of artistic agency in her new poem POETS BILL OF...
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REPORTING from the BELLY OF THE NIGHT
Sojourner Ahebee, aside from being a founding APIARY author, served the United States as a National Student Poet and bumped fists with Michelle Obama. Her chapbook, REPORTING from the BELLY OF THE NIGHT, examines Black femininity through the music...
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Dream Sanctuary: Life Do Grow Farm
Imagine being trapped in a food desert, an area where your main source of nutrition is only the local corner store. There are are no large chain grocery stores or farmers markets. Fresh produce is over a mile away. Across Pennsylvania, over two...
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