From the work of a recent US Poet Laureate to a satire by a Steppenwolf Theatre-affiliated playwright to a Chinese folk-tale-turned opera, the 2011 Pulitzer Prizes for the arts represent a lively and wide-ranging mélange.
Radical feminist poet Marge Piercy has mellowed, finding peace in marriage and spiritual awakening.
Boeing 747-8: The 4½ hour-flight, which began in Everett and landed in Seattle, was the first in a months-long test program that will log more than 600 flight hours between now and the fall.
A gifted poet shares his moving struggle with questions of salvation, both physical and spiritual.
Mary Oliver’s 20th volume of verse is one of her most appealing.
As poet laureate, W.S. Merwin is assuming a role with changing expectations.
Two of America's best known poets offer new collections for poetry month.