Greetings, blog readers! I hope you’re all having lovely weeks. We’ve come to the middle of the week once again, so it’s time for a new featured poem. All of our featured poems come from Poetry Daily, which you should check out if you’re looking for new poetry to read. This week’s featured poem is Semblance: Screens by Liz Waldner.
According to her bio page, Liz Waldner has written eight collections of poetry. Her second collection won the Academy of American Poets’ Laughlin Prize and the Iowa Prize. She has received multiple grants and has been a Fellow at the MacDowell Colony, among others. She has also taught at various colleges and universities, including Bard, Tufts, Millsaps, and the University of Iowa.
Semblance: Screens by Liz Waldner