Posts tagged "joshua poteat"
April is for poetry cruel, kind, and revealing.

April is for poetry cruel, kind, and revealing.

We at BROAD STREET celebrate National Poetry Month as a favorite holiday, with an invitation to delve into some of the poems we’ve published in print and as online exclusives. You’ll find a sampling in our banner crawl; see many more under “Share This Poem.” Why not print out one of our broadsides and decorate...
Share This Poem: "Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature," by Joshua Poteat.

Share This Poem: “Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature,” by Joshua Poteat.

“Faint-not: I will take the dark part of your heart into my heart…” Joshua Poteat’s somber dictionary, “Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature,” first appeared in our “Bedeviled” issue in fall 2015. Click on the broadside below to print a copy for yourself, or scroll down to read the full text without formatting.   ———- Curiosities of...