A review of Dave Newman’s new poetry collection

A review of Dave Newman’s new poetry collection

These poems are both realist and romantic

Reviews of two recent poetry chapbooks

Kayla Pongrac’s The Flexible Truth and Kayla Sargeson’s Blaze

A Conversation with Justice-Reform Advocate Bryan Stevenson

“If most people saw what I see on a regular basis, they would feel the same way I do about reform.”

Poet Terrence Chiusano’s On Generation & Corruption is a striking debut collection

These are poems that push language to an edge

Reviews of recent chapbooks by local poets Robert Walicki and Stefan Lovasik

“First day, men will want to break you, / like they’ve been broken”

Five notable locally sourced books from 2015

Looking back on the year’s fiction, nonfiction and poetry

Historian takes a fresh read on a key colonial battle in the Mon Valley

David Preston revisits Braddock’s defeat

Poet Ellen Smith’s first full-length collection explores both yoga and alcoholism

The writing remains both muscular and sensitive

A new survey of Pittsburgh’s bridges, and another of its “lost steel plants”

Local authors offer photo-heavy histories


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