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Amy Newlove Schroeder is author of The Sleep Hotel, winner of the Field Prize.
mornings I’m lured to the milk teeth of
what happened is happening now:
I was always alone—biting...
Amy Newlove Schroeder
Noelle Kocot discusses her work and life.
Amy Newlove Schroeder, Noelle Kocot
Joanna Klink’s third collection, Raptus, masterfully navigates the treacherous zone between the lyric and the all-too poetical.
By Amy Newman.
Nights I sleep with a love charm
beneath my pillow
Thistles, nettles matting empty plains of my...
As much an ode to the city as it is a documentation of love and loss.
Pieces of Air in the Epic by Brenda Hillman.
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The poems in Rebecca Wolff’s
By Brian Blanchfield
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