About Kip Wilson


Website: http://www.yareview.net
Kip Wilson has written 73 articles so far, you can find them below.


Poetry

Storm, A Castle by the Sea

Two poems by Gina Pasciuto

Storm

she’s a force //
to be reckoned with //
a toss of her cascading hair […]

Poetry

I guess it’s time to write about the death of black bodies, formless

Two poems by Mya Nunnally

formless

I wish I was still afraid of the dark. //
that I didn’t know what rests in swirling cloaks of black […]

Poetry

paper lives, femme fatale

Two poems by Caitlin Thomson

paper lives

a desperate heartbeat shakes her paper frame //
and falling rain dissolves her […]

Poetry

Moving and Paper Planes, The Greenhouse

Two poems by Jacqueline Peveto

The Greenhouse

Sometimes //
I wish I were made of leaves //
or cashmere yarn. […]

Poetry

How to Tell Astronomy from Astrology, The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

Two poems by teen poet Fiona Warnick
Sometimes my tears drip, and you would //
compare them to moonlight and be pleased with yourself. […]

Poetry

Things to Remember, Orange

Two poems by teen poet Bessie Huang

Orange

The sunset is russet //
tonight, warm //
like paste. […]

Poetry

1234, it’s ok

Two poems by teen poet, Eva Hays

it’s ok

brushing away //
the tears and //
blaming them on //
the clouds ahead […]

Poetry

I Haunt My Own Crops, Welcomed Weeds

Two poems by Sara Perkins

Welcomed Weeds

Your body is my roadmap, every //
mole a destination and every line //
and crevice a path […]

Blog

National Poetry Month Surprise!

As National Poetry Month draws to a close, we have a big surprise that might or might not include … a giveaway!

Poetry

Broken Houses, Just Across the Hall

Two poems by Jenny Belardi

Just Across the Hall

Sybil’s room, just across the hall //
and under the same roof, //
is a world away. […]

Interviews

Interview with Joy McCullough

We at YARN were lucky enough to snag this interview with Joy McCullough, debut novelist of “Blood Water Paint.” Her stunning historical in verse will absolutely stay with you long after you’ve finished reading.

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