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A Woman Who Helped Pave the Way

A Thorn in Her Heart With a Black woman now slated to sit on the Supreme Court, children today may have trouble grasping the extent...

Joe Bisicchia’s Corvus Frugilegus

Joe Bisicchia’s works have appeared in numerous publications, with more than 170 individual poems published, and he received an Honorable Mention for the Fernando...

Searchings: The Poetic Hill

Dana Gittings is a DC-area poet whose forthcoming collection, “The Dark Dance,” explores how a shared thread of compulsivity can, through the vehicle of...

The Poetic Hill: From A Child of Borrowed Churches

Gabriela Orozco grew up on Capitol Hill, the daughter of a father from Nicaragua and a mother whose family is South African Ashkenazi. In...

The Poetic Hill, September 2021

L.B. Sedlacek is a poet, editor, publisher, author, and poetry reviewer whose poetry, fiction and non-fiction have appeared in numerous journals, zines and newspapers....

The Poetic Hill: Changing Hearts, Right or Wrong

In something of a departure this month, we’re reaching back in time to highlight a poet featured in Kim Roberts’s new anthology, “By Broad...

Making I Contact

P.S. Perkins is a DC author, poet, performing artist, theatrical consultant and entrepreneur who is, she says, “passionate about WORD POWER.” She serves as a...

THE POETIC HILL

Chris Haley has written two award-winning scripts, “The Studio,” which focused on the plight of the homeless, and “The Reconciliation Walk for Slavery and...

THE POETIC HILL

Kyle Dunn is originally from Florida, but chose DC as his home and currently works for a freshwoman member of Congress. He points out,...

The Poetic Hill

Originally from Germany, Eva Schiffer has lived on the Hill for more than a decade. She says she moved here from West Africa for...
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