Nineteen Years Later

By Evangeline Jennings

Here in Texas, we’re still waiting for autumn and there are no trains worthy of the name, but our metaphorical leaves are turning and falling now and we can’t put this off any longer. Continue reading “Nineteen Years Later”

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Fresh Featured June Poet: Jhilmil Breckenridge

Jhilmil Breckenridge is a poet, writer and activist who we first published on Fresh back in March, just after her first open mic performance in Oxford (England). This month, we’re happy to bring you an interview with Jhilmil, and three more poems. Continue reading “Fresh Featured June Poet: Jhilmil Breckenridge”

Fresh Featured May Poet: Rabia Basri Malik

Rabia Basri Malik is a previously unpublished poet from Pakistan, who is looking forward to getting her degree in Creative Writing. Her poetry intrigued me, so I wanted to ask her a few questions about it, and bring those answers and those poems to the rest of you. Continue reading “Fresh Featured May Poet: Rabia Basri Malik”