About Kip Wilson

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Kip Wilson has written 90 articles so far, you can find them below.


4 Poems by Alexandra Peñaloza Alessandri

Doing High School When You’re a Señorita by Alexandra Peñaloza Alessandri
When you’re a señorita, //
your dreams are cracked open //
like granadillas […]


Celebrating YARN Alums

We wanted to highlight some of the new YA novels some of our fantastic alums have released in 2018. Perhaps one of these would be perfect for someone on your holiday shopping list!


Blitz, Magical Thinking

Two poems by Mureall Hebert


“It’s a blitz!” she wailed under the strobe light //
looking [almost] beautiful //
and limber //
and wild //
and free. […]


Paleontology, Foxes

Two poems by teen writer, Nandita Naik


In a nightmare, I mend my sutures //
with wildflowers, kneel by the river //
and drink. […]


eulogy for dying pine, anatomy

Two poems by Taylor Fang


your faceless blue shadow //
mauled on the water, //
yawning in the waves, //
makes me wonder […]


Dressing up as Groucho Marx, Rain

Two poems by Kelly Wisdom


Sheltered, I sit //
beneath a saturated sky. //
A hundred perfect watery circles //
pound politely on the windshield. […]


3 Poems by Cindy Baldwin

Three poems by Cindy Baldwin


you wake //
to the tarry sky outside, an echo //
of the heaviness in your arms […]


Storm, A Castle by the Sea

Two poems by Gina Pasciuto


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


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

Two poems by Mya Nunnally


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


paper lives, femme fatale

Two poems by Caitlin Thomson

paper lives

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


Moving and Paper Planes, The Greenhouse

Two poems by Jacqueline Peveto

The Greenhouse

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

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