Book Review: What Is A Domicile by Joanna Penn Cooper

Cooper’s work is inclusive – delightfully unpretentious its tactile philosophy. This is what draws readers into her work. She allows us to observe beauty in the mundane, grace in the hectic. A crime show becomes the impetus for a discussion of pregnancy and changing life. “Look at all the wonder,” she says. Her mind wanders into the sublime, bringing us with her. “What if we could step into each other’s lives?” In whatever small way, Cooper’s poetry allows us to do just that.

[Teen Voices] Defining Adulthood

Maybe I don’t know what adulthood is. I’ve only been seventeen for three days. Yesterday someone told me women’s brains are fully developed by twenty-five. I asked LunaLuna staff how they defined adulthood; here are some of their definitions.

Emotionally Evolved Enough: An Interview with Megan Falley

photo credit Bridget Badore Trying to exemplify what Megan Falley’s poetry has done for the current poetry scene is difficult. She is a voice to be reckoned with. She draws from pain, from truth and turns it into big luscious…