From the BU Creative Writing announcement:
Lisa Hiton (Poetry 2011) has recently published two poems. “Dream of My Father’s Shiva, Auschwitz, 1942″ appears in Leveler, accompanied by some thoughts on the poem from the editors. “Lethargy” is in Lambda Literary Review, and we found it particularly relevant in light of the tragedies in Orlando.
I am ill with history.
With watching it happen
and not belonging to it. In the efforts of
lesbianism, I have fallen
Read the rest of the poem here.
Congratulations, Lisa! And thanks for sharing your work with us.
#lethargy #lesbianism #PulseOrlando #Orlando
Poets on Growth: An Anthology of Poetry and Craft is a collection of essays and poems about growth--growth in regard to individual human capacity, becoming a writer, the larger scenes of art and culture, and against diverse struggles both internal and external.
The anthology is edited by Peter LaBerge and Talin Tahajian. Poets featured in the anthology include: Richard Siken, Ocean Vuong, Phillip B. Williams, Lisa Hiton, Emilia Phillips, Timothy Liu, Rachel Mennies, and many others.
The anthology can be purchased through Books Actually or by contacting the writer.
Lisa Hiton holds an MFA in Poetry from Boston University and an MEd in Arts in Education from Harvard University