Tag Archives: Rebecca Schumejda

2018: A Year in Poetry

. 2018: A Year in Poetry By Chase Dimock   In 2018, As It Ought To Be proudly to featured astounding work by many brilliant poets. As the Managing Editor, I can say that my favorite part of the job … Continue reading

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Women Who Love Men Like Ours 

Women Who Love Men Like Ours By Rebecca Schumejda   (Editor’s Note: This is the second of a two part series of poems on incarceration by Rebecca Schumejda. You can read the first one here.) Before my brother’s incarceration, I held many … Continue reading

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I don’t want this poem to be about the death penalty, but it is

  I don’t want this poem to be about the death penalty, but it is By Rebecca Schumejda   Before my brother’s incarceration, I held many beliefs that I now grapple with; one is my once vehement view embracing an eye … Continue reading

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