Barbara Crooker

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Traversing Spaces of Motherhood, Loss: Transfigurings in Form and Language

Late fall in the Northeast, and the last remnants of color linger on oaks and maples, birch trees toss gold leaves into wind. Meanwhile the world lists around us. Chaos that seems larger than anything we can imagine explodes around us: Paris, Syria, the Ukraine, Europe, ISIS. A climate summit with darker agendas of one-world … Continue reading

Paying Attention, Pursuing Joy: Storytelling in Poetry and Prose

Finally it’s spring! After the longest coldest winter here in Boston, finally there’s muscari, crocuses, daffodils, lots of birdsong, and buds getting ready to burst on trees. Delphi is thrilled to welcome Spring with interviews with two poets who hold Nature at the center of their work, Margaret Rozga, also a civil rights activist and … Continue reading

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