The issue features work by over thirty poets, visual, performance and multimedia artists, and features Cris Cheek’s “No War” image series.
American schools didn’t prepare Johnson for a higher education, but navigating that system opened his eyes to its injustices as he transcended them.
“There’s a war far closer to your home, among people who speak your language. Why do you need to chase battle in Ukraine?”
A mobster father and a winding road leading from Hawaii to New York are just some of the stories MFA alum Nicole Treska explores in her interview for the “Indoor Voices” podcast.
Singer-songwriter and CCNY MFA in Fiction Candidate Michael Montali’s and his band performed a song off their debut album for CBS Saturday Morning.
The Archives at City College are rich in historical documents, from 15th century hand-written manuscripts to foundational magazines of the N.A.A.C.P
Pamela L. Laskin is the recipient of a 2022 Freedom Through Literacy Board Option Award for her work to enable children to unload their grief and to empower voices through poetry.