The Virgin Mary long ago transcended her religious origins to become an instantly recognizable icon. From pop art to pop music, Mary's status as the Mother of God continues to inspire the faithful and the secular. A statue of Mary weeping blood or her appearance on a piece of toast still has the power to make front page news and bring the devoted running with candles and eBay bids. In Mother Mary Comes To Me, poets explore the intersection of the sacred and popular personifications of Mary that have evolved throughout the ages, and how she still holds sway in the 21st century as a figure to be praised and celebrated.
Franklin Abbott - Ivy Alvarez - P.F. Anderson - David-Matthew Barnes - GraceBauer - Julie E. Bloemeke - Laure-Anne Bosselaar - Jericho Brown - Brent Calderwood - Rick Campbell - Michelle Castleberry - Ann Cefola - Chelsea Clarey - Jennifer Clark - Catharine Clark-Sayles - Jill Crammond - C. Cleo Creech - Tom Daley - Denise Duhamel & Maureen Seaton - Rupert Fike - Alice Friman - Jeannine Hall Gailey - Marcene Gandolfo - Lara Gularte - Danielle Hanson- Deborah Hauser - Trebor Healey - Gustavo Hernandez - Lincoln Jaques- Mike James - Julie Kane - Tina Kelley - Blake Leland - Janet Lowery - Rupert Loydell - John C. Mannone - Jennifer Martelli - Pablo Miguel Mart nez - Marissa McNamara - Linda Parsons - Robert Peake - Alison Pelegrin - Lee Ann Pingel - Fiona Pitt-Kethley - Kyle Potvin - Steven Reigns - JC Reilly - Todd Robinson - Janna Schledorn - Donna McLaughlin Schwender - Robert Siek - Larry D. Thacker - Richard Utz - Jane Varley - Megan Volpert - Lillo Way - Tyson West - Cassondra Windwalker - Karen Weyant - Robert E. Wood