Posts tagged "war"
“Reenactors.” A photo essay by Chad Hunt.

“Reenactors.” A photo essay by Chad Hunt.

“The uniforms have changed, but we are still confronting the realities of war and what it means to place yourself within it.” Investigating the modern individual’s connection to warfare, a prominent photojournalist turns his camera on American reenactors of two watershed wars: the American Revolution and World War I. From our Winter/Spring 2019 issue, “Rivals & Players.”...
Share This Poem: "Another Thing My Father Did," by Kip Zegers.

Share This Poem: “Another Thing My Father Did,” by Kip Zegers.

Celebrate National Poetry Month with this broadside from our latest issue, “Rivals & Players.” Or scroll down to read the poem in plain format.     Another Thing My Father Did Kip Zegers -1- In the father’s story, war whispered “you own nothing but these tin, neck-worn tags.” From Okinawa, he placed his lost address like...
Share This Poem: "Idyll," by Jed Myers.

Share This Poem: “Idyll,” by Jed Myers.

“The jay looks out for others’ hungers — glints in the groundcover, flits in the canopy …” BROAD STREET presents a poem from our Winter 2019 “Rivals & Players” issue. To enjoy it as a broadside, drag to your desktop, where you can enlarge it and print it. Or simply scroll down to read in plain text. Idyll A...
Contributor News: Paisley Rekdal's new book, "The Broken Country," evaluates Vietnam's legacy. Paisley will appear at Chautauqua in August--details below!

Contributor News: Paisley Rekdal’s new book, “The Broken Country,” evaluates Vietnam’s legacy. Paisley will appear at Chautauqua in August–details below!

     One of our most widely beloved contributors, prolific poet and nonfiction writer Paisley Rekdal, has not only published another book (and a great one!) but also scheduled a remarkable event at the Chautauqua Institution for this August–one of no doubt *broad* appeal.      The book is The Broken Country: On Trauma, a Crime, and...
Share This Poem: “Bridges,”  by Zara Raab.

Share This Poem: “Bridges,” by Zara Raab.

“With menacing metal jaws that arch and open above the river’s reedy throat …” We continue to celebrate National Poetry Month with this stunner from Zara Raab — a consideration of all a bridge might mean. We offer you a specially formatted broadside to download and print at home,  or you can scroll down to read the...