What's wrong with the world today? Well, obviously, a lot of things, but what do you think we should be focused on? And what are you going to do about it? 63 poets tell us in poetry and prose where they think our concerns should lie, and what they are doing to make things right. The contributors, a veritable Who's Who in contemporary San Francisco Bay Area poetry and beyond, are Gor Yaswen, A. D. Winans, Jessica M. Wilson, Bill Vartnaw, Margo van Veen, Mike Tuggle, John Swain, Menka Shivdasani, Matt Sedillo, Michael Rothenberg, Julie Rogers, Pilar Rodriguez Aranda, Julio Rodriguez, Steve Rice, Jonah Raskin, David James Randolph, Robert Priest, Jeanne Powell, Toni Partington, Eriata Oribhabor, Gwynn O'Gara, Fred Norman, James Miller, Errol Miller, Phyllis Meshulam, David Meltzer, Andrew Mayer, Clive Matson, Jym Marks, David Madgalene, Carl Macki, Christopher Luna, Kirk Lumpkin, Leah Lubin, El Habib Louai, Mark Lipman, F. L. Light, Clara Hsu, Marvin R. Hiemstra, Martin Hickel, Elizabeth Herron, Katherine Hastings, Daniel Y. Harris, Q. R. Hand, Kathy Halbrooks, Vilma Olsvary Ginzberg, Joan Gelfand, Eileen Davis Elliot, Paul Corman-Roberts, Rachael N. Collymore, Ed Coletti, Judy Hardin Cheung, Neeli Cherkovski, Sean Casey, Tim Carl, Juan Cardenas, Natascha Bruckner, Ava Bird, David Beckman, Jennifer Barone, Lynn Alexander, Mohammed Al-Ajami, and Terry Adams.