About Kip Wilson


Website: http://www.yareview.net
Kip Wilson has written 59 articles so far, you can find them below.


Poetry

Dancer’s Love Letter, After You’re Gone

Two poems by teen writer, Audrey Lee

After You’re Gone

[…] I’m not ready anymore. It’s autumn and //
dead leaves bury me. My limbs are tied […]

Interviews

Interview with Jeff Zentner

We’re thrilled to share this interview with Jeff Zentner! Read on to find out more about the author and his award-winning work.

Poetry

Short Changing

Short Changing by Jada Elder-Wilkerson

[…] My collarbones carry the cosmos, //
spine an extended metaphor, //
although my physical entity only encloses shallow pools. […]

Poetry

Mi parada de autobús, Jiffy-Lube

Two poems by Mackenzie Vanover

Mi parada de autobús

[…] He, //
ageless, //
stole her with eternal-onyx eyes […]

Poetry

On Coping, Building Supernovae

Two poems by teen writer, Kiran Damodaran

Building Supernovae

[…] Supernova //
is messy blue-streaked blond hair, //
tattoos kissing wrists like birth marks […]

News

Finding Home Contest Winners

Please join us in congratulating the winner and runners-up in our Finding Home poetry contest!

The winners Meg Kearney chose include a verse novelist, a published poet, and a teen writer.

Poetry

3 Poems by Callie R. Tullos

Three poems by Callie R. Tullos

i

[…]
i drowned in ferocious fields of foliage //
i killed myself slowly //
i went painfully unnoticed //
i slipped through the cracks […]

News

Outtakes from “Ronit and Jamil”

Outtakes by Pam Laskin.

We at YARN are thrilled to welcome Pam Laskin, author of the YA novel in verse, “Ronit and Jamil.”

Read on as Pam shares more about the story as well as some excerpts of this Palestinian/Israeli retelling of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.”

Poetry

teenager, endymion

Two poems by teen writer, Ezra Lebovitz.

teenager

we’re as good as it gets and //
they can cast us nasty //
looks call us vagrants we know //
better cause tonight i don’t care […]

Poetry

3 Poems by Mary E. Cronin

Three poems by Mary E. Cronin

Immigrant Nurse, 1930

You really need to get a grip //
You giggled along with the girls last night […]

News

Outtakes from “When You Never Said Goodbye”

Outtakes by Meg Kearney

from “When You Never Said Goodbye”

I’m reaching for your //
hand. Let there be //
no more anguish […] //

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