All Things Diode


Coming soon, Adoption, a chapbook of poems by Adam Falkner.

Adam Falkner is a writer, educator and PhD candidate in the English & Education program at Columbia University. His work has appeared in a range of literary and academic journals, and has also been featured on HBO, NPR, BET, NBC, in The New York Times, and elsewhere. He is the Founder and Executive Director of the pioneering diversity consulting initiative, the Dialogue Arts Project, and Director of Special Projects for Urban Word NYC, a nationally acclaimed youth literary arts organization. A former high school English teacher in New York City’s public schools and writer-in-residence at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Adam has toured the United States as a guest artist, speaker and trainer, and was the featured performer at President Obama’s Grassroots Ball at the 2009 Presidential Inauguration. He teaches at Vassar College and Columbia University’s Teachers College.

More about Adam Falkner

How can writing change the world? Adam Falkner at TEDxNJIT

Coming soon, Grimmening, a chapbook of poems by Daniel Blokh.

Daniel Blokh is the 16-year-old author of In Migration (BAM! Publishing, 2016), and Holding Myself Hostage in the Kitchen (winner of the Give Me Something Else chapbook prize, forthcoming from Lit City Press). His work has appeared in DIALOGIST, Cleaver, Blueshift, Longridge Review, Walk Write Up, The Wild Word, and more. He lives in Birmingham, Alabama, and attends the Alabama School of Fine Arts.

More about Daniel

Daniel Blokh at The Poetry Society

Coming soon, A Secret History of World Wide Outage, a chapbook of poems by Elizabeth O'Brien.

Elizabeth O’Brien lives in Minneapolis, where she earned an MFA in Poetry from the University of Minnesota, and served as editor of dislocate. She is the recipient of a Minnesota Emerging Writers’ Grant through the Loft Literary Center, and the James Wright Poetry Award from the Academy of American Poets. Her work—poetry and prose—has appeared in many journals and magazines, including New England Review, The Rumpus, Tin House, Wigleaf, Pank, Massachusetts Review, Diagram, RadarPoetry, Sixth Finch, Best New Poets 2016, Ploughshares, and AWP's Writer's Chronicle.

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