The work of several area students will be featured in The Calliope, which is scheduled for publication during the 2021 spring semester at Itawamba Community College.

The poets and their work include Anna Austin of New Albany, “Are You Like Me?;” Eden Cooper of Russellville, Ala., “For Any Pronoun;” Le-Ann Cummings of Guntown, “Power of Love;” Pamela Dankins of Amory, “Oh, How You Loved the Rain;” Tandraniqua Galloway of Jackson, “Untitled;” Riley Hall of Pontotoc, “HOPE;” Ashlyn Holcomb of Fulton, “How Could I Have Known?;” Faith Knox of Houlka, “Fall of Life;” Ta’Niya Patterson of Tupelo, “French Toast;” Kylie Seymore of Smithville, “Am I Really Fine…;” J’mya Sims of Holly Springs, “Untitled;” and Whitney Williams of Fulton, “Candle in the Window.”

The Calliope is a journal of art and poetry. Shawn Whittington of the art faculty is the editor, and Keith Morris of the communications faculty, poetry editor.

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