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Stephanie Burt, Professor of English at Harvard University, is author of several books, most recently the poetry collection Belmont.
Few texts have worked as hard as Craig Dworkin’s to remind us that what we make of them depends on prior frames, on previous texts.
So many binaries circulate in and around contemporary poems.
The Shocking and Thrilling D. A. Powell.
Looking closely with Allan Peterson.
Does autobiography make good poetry?
If you wanted, in 1975, to write poems about war, you could learn from, compete with, or compare
The object lessons of recent American poetry.
Lilies Without by Laura Kasischke.
The Collected Poems of Donald Justice.
New collections from young American poets.
A roundup of first and second books.
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