This first day of National Poetry Month, we share a letter from Milwaukee poet Margaret Rozga, whose son was deployed to Afghanistan and wounded there. The poems in her forthcoming poetry collection, Though I Haven’t Been to Baghdad, concern her emotional response to her son’s active duty, the impact of the many stories she heard … Continue reading →
About Margaret Rozga
Margaret (Peggy) Rozga is a poet, playwright and English professor at University of Wisconsin Waukesha. Her book, Two Hundred Nights and One Day, received a 2009 bronze medal Independent Publishers Book Award. Her play, March On Milwaukee, about the Milwaukee fair housing marches has seen full productions and concert readings.