Just to act, was the glorious thing: C.D. Wright’s ONE WITH OTHERS

BY JESSICA JACOBS Extended prose poem, documentary, elegy—C.D. Wright’s One With Others is a haunting, genre-defying  reclamation of the past that burns with the need for its readers to know.  Its stark tapestry is woven from a number of interrelated strands: tales of and from the 1969 “Walk Against Fear” from West Memphis through the … Continue reading Just to act, was the glorious thing: C.D. Wright’s ONE WITH OTHERS