When Lisa Miller moved to St. Louis from Jefferson City twenty years ago, she was impressed by the number of writers in town. Not the ones who moved away and got famous (though there are plenty of those), but the ones who've stuck around, formed writing groups, showed up at readings, published small ... More >>
click the "play" icon to hear David Clewell read his poem "Too Far This Time," in memory of the late St. Louis poets Donald Finkel and Constance Urdang. -Tom Finkel
Remembering Constance and Donald
Riverfront Times uncovers secret plan for Ballpark Village cultural landmark.
The new outpost of Marty's Baking hosts a sweet gathering of writers to honor UM-St. Louis' literary magazine
Turning a cool gaze on the beloved poet Robert Frost
Self-promoting poet and noted Faulkner collector Louis Daniel Brodsky tends to his legacy: shepherding his entire life's work into print