"After Weeks Without Rain in Northwest Ohio" by poet Judy Mathews is an offering or a prayer to the natural blessings of a place.
Steve Fay's "turnings: a suite of poems" is something special, a sequence of earthy fragments tumbling down the page like detritus.
Poet Liam Wholihan offers a lament for several different things in his complex "Elegy for a Virgin-Born Bonnethead Shark Pup".
With his "Finding the Nursery", poet Pete Mackey takes us on an amble into the wilderness, where we find evidence of transformation.
Observant and curious, poet Jasmine Marshall Armstrong draws inspiration and lessons from birds in her poem "Yellow-Headed Blackbirds".
Poet Michael Grimwood takes readers on a journey into divine realms of leaf, blossom, and holiness with his imaginative poem "God Ecology".
In the wake of her new collection, Away, we reached out to poet Jenna Wysong Filbrun to find out more about her motivations and process.
Jenna Wysong Filbrun reminds us that we have so much to learn from the natural world, with her poem "Aspiration".
Like the Psalm that opens her poem, Bethany Reid invites us to praise and rejoice with her poem "Morning at Glen Cove".
Just in time for springtime, New Mexico poet Mary McGinnis beckons us out into great outdoors with her poem "Trail Prayer".