If you want to know what it means to make art that's stronger and more vast than pain, art that can stand up to terror, you should read this.
Chad Sweeney will be reading in Saginaw on Friday.
This week rare literary creatures will come out of hiding.
Poet and musician Matt Hart will be in Saginaw this Friday.
Fanning has done something noteworthy and rare.
Matthew Falk reviews Michael Sikkema's unconventional poetry book Futuring.
The follow-up to the New Jersey-based poet's acclaimed previous collection, The Last 4 Things is a fascinating and formally quirky work.
To the uninitiated, poetry can look a lot like magic, a quasi-mystical product of pure inspiration. Let's look again.
Good food, good drinks, good entertainment, good times in a casual, upscale atmosphere. The Magic Bean Cafe's First Friday events offer multi-media fun.
Matthew Falk lives with his wife and their cats in Bay City, where he works for Mayapple Press. He holds a BA in creative writing from Saginaw Valley State University, is a former editor-in-chief of Cardinal Sins, and has won two Raymond Tyner Prizes for his fiction and poetry.