Donnie Welch, a young white man with glasses wearing a red button-down shirt, looks at a classroom white board with his hands clasped. On the board is some writing from an inclusive poetry workshop in blue expo. The angle of the photo makes it difficult to read some of the text, but it’s structured in a poetic manner with line breaks.

Donnie Welch, a young white man with glasses wearing a red button-down shirt, looks at a classroom white board with his hands clasped. On the board is some writing from an inclusive poetry workshop in blue expo. The angle of the photo makes it difficult to read some of the text, but it’s structured in a poetic manner with line breaks.


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It’s a rare word to use with contemporary poets, but Donnie is sincere.
— Peter Jay Shippy, author of A Spell of Songs