Emari DiGiorgio

Emari DiGiorgio makes a mean arugula quesadilla and has split-boarded the Tasman Glacier. She’s Associate Professor of Writing at Stockton University and a Poet-in-the-School through the Dodge Foundation and the NJ State Council on the Arts. In 2014-2015, her poetry manuscript, The Things a Body Might Become, was a finalist for the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award and Open Competition, the St. Lawrence Book Award and the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award. Recent poems have appeared in Arsenic Lobster, the Blueshift Journal, the Prague Revue and Smartish Pace. Her work was featured on the Dodge Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Friday Blog.


Beating Back the Images Burned on Our Brainpans: A Review of Jane Satterfield’s Apocalypse Mix

Jane Satterfield’s Apocalypse Mix is a time capsule of the pre-Trump global political landscape that documents the ways in which the military-industrial complex has been normalized and stitched into the fabric of our lives. These poems trace the commodification of both war and its opposition, from the “renewable fashion for […]