Students’ winning poems to hit the road again
Through poetry, Margaret DeRitter explores life, love and loss
Seeking the man behind the myth leads writer on journey
Diane Seuss’ rural roots and love of art infuse her new collection
Executive Director of Fire Historical Cultural Arts Collaborative
Poet and painter collaborate on new book
Writers and artists contribute to unique collaboration
Writers help each other improve craft and ‘crank it out’
Festival seeks to open poetry to a wider community
Anthology of Michigan poems, art conveys sense of place


Trio’s performance kicks off Gilmore Festival’s jazzy side
The Revolutionists is what an evening would be like Zooming with four of your best friends—if they happened to be an assassin, the former queen of France, a playwright and a Haitian spy and abolitionist.