This poem was chosen by our judges as the 1st Place winner in our 6th Annual Poetry Contest.
Monthly Archives:: April 2019
“I’ve Found a Way to Heal” by Meghan Bleck
This poem was chosen by our judges as the 2nd Place winner in our 6th Annual Poetry Contest.
Advice from a Maize and Blue Scholar: “You’ll be alright. Just don’t panic.”
Easy for Tyrice to say. He’s always cool under pressure! The Marian E. Wright Writing Center is ecstatically proud of Tyrice Denson—if there is a stronger word than “ecstatic,” include that too. Tyrice was selected as one of this year’s 2019 graduating Maize and Blue Scholars. When I asked him how he felt about being
“Beneath Heaven’s Deicide” by Christian Tomlins
This poem was chosen by our judges as the 3rd Place winner in our 6th Annual Poetry Contest. Beneath Heaven’s Deicide a silent sky left all abandoned while women without a taint were hammering at smoldering theodicies on anvils, and men who once mistook themselves (a crime, perhaps) as saints would find themselves with weeping
Blooming at the End
The Writing Center is home to many interesting, talented tutors and writers. Jordan Morrow is both. I asked him how he’s grown as a writer. In his typical witty and charmingly sarcastic manner, he responds with: “I water myself once a day and make sure I get plenty of sun.” Then he laughs, but I