Ken Hada has published six collections of poetry, including Persimmon Sunday and Bring an Extry Mule (Virtual Artists Collective/Purple Flag, 2015 and 2017). His work has been honored by the National Western Heritage Museum, Western Writers of America and featured on The Writer’s Almanac. Additional information is available at kenhada.org.
“Escaping the End of the World: a review” | all roads will lead you home | 5
“‘Fear is Like a Handful of Dust’: a review of Sly Alley’s Strong Medicine” and a review of Mestizos Come Home!: Making and Claiming Mexican American Identity | all roads will lead you home | 4
“Sailing to Babylon: Poems by James Pollock” | all roads will lead you home | 3
“Singing the Timeless: The Debut Collections of Duncan D. Campbell and William Stratton” and “That’s How Eternity Works: The Good Clever Style of Alan Birkelbach’s Meridienne Verte” | all roads will lead you home | 2
The Good Honest Ache: A Tribute to Norbert Krapf’s Bloodroot: Indiana Poems | all roads will lead you home | 1