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Craig Morgan Teicher, a vice president of the National Book Critics Circle, is author, most recently, of Ambivalence and Other Connundrums.
Louise Glück's Faithful and Virtuous Night
Craig Morgan Teicher
By Brenda Hillman.
Bin Ramke has a dedicated readership, but it is not a particularly large one. His work is probably too strange, too difficult, and too huddled around a particular vision of the self and the world to appeal to a broad audience.
It’s wrong to think of it as a bird. True, it has wings and a beak, but so do many things, in one way or another...
Poems that begin with the unexceptional and arrive at something transcendent.
Unflinchingly severe poems.
Ben Lerner’s Angle of Yaw and Sarah Manguso’s Siste Viator.
In the land of rivers I was the prince of rivers.
In the land of houses I lived in a thousand houses.
Swaggering and prosey poems that take on the sorrows of love.
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Andrew L. Croxford
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