by Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach

Away from Babi Yar

Of the Holocaust poems submitted, this was the most haunting to me, as it evoked, simultaneously, a family about to be massacred, and a daughter who, by abandoning her family, will escape. Do we judge her? — Alicia Ostriker

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Charlotte A. Newberger Poetry Prize

The articles in this special section:

Rose Has a New Walker

by Karen Mandell

Away from Babi Yar

by Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach