Beltway Poetry Quarterly

In the latest issue…

March 2022: Volume 23:1 Without Borders is an issue that has been cooking slowly. We release it, however, at a forlorn time, of war, of immense suffering, death and fear. Poets tend to capture the spirit even before the spirit knows what it contains. Borders have been exposed and crossed. Look here for poems that speak to us as bombs fall in Ukraine, as millions of refugees march again. Look for consolation in these verses, reasons to keep walking along the road.

Featuring

Serena Agusto-Cox Emma Jo Black George Elliott Clarke Andrea Deeken Kevin Grauke Carole Greenfield Antonia Alexandra Klimenko Donald Krieger Bill Lavender Omar Sabbagh Anum Sattar Willa Schneberg Kalpna Singh-Chitnis Marianne Szlyk Gerald Wagoner Sara Wallace Kirk Greenway Sara Cahill Marron Bengt Berg Kiran Bhat Jonathan Harrington Abhay K.Jeannine M. Pitas Terence Winch W. Luther JettShash Trevett Array ( [0] => SerenaAgusto-Cox [1] => Emma JoBlack [2] => George ElliottClarke [3] => AndreaDeeken [4] => KevinGrauke [5] => CaroleGreenfield [6] => Antonia AlexandraKlimenko [7] => Donald Krieger [8] => BillLavender [9] => OmarSabbagh [10] => AnumSattar [11] => WillaSchneberg [12] => KalpnaSingh-Chitnis [13] => MarianneSzlyk [14] => GeraldWagoner [15] => SaraWallace [16] => KirkGreenway [17] => SaraCahill Marron [18] => BengtBerg [19] => KiranBhat [20] => JonathanHarrington [21] => Abhay K. [22] => Jeannine M.Pitas [23] => TerenceWinch [24] => W. LutherJett [25] => ShashTrevett )