Articles tagged with poetry

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Raymond McDaniel

Two poets collaborate on a shared present. 

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Paul Franz

A darkly genial debut collection.

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David Micah Greenberg

Comparison in Politics and Poetry.

Corina Copp Dorothea Lasky

Reading Corina Copp’s work, one gets the sense that she is part of a long lineage of poets whose language is less a means to express what can be said than what should be said, or what has long been waiting to be said.

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Amy Newlove Schroeder

Joanna Klink’s third collection, Raptus, masterfully navigates the treacherous zone between the lyric and the all-too poetical.

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Robert Schnall

A powerful voice in younger American poetry has arrived.

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Tony Brinkley

Remarkable prose poems from Poland.

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Paul Franz

An exciting young German-language poet of rare linguistic and imaginative inventiveness and power.

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Amelia Klein

Poems about being “half.”

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Celia Bland

Poems that challenge the reader to some speedy catch-me-if-you-can linguistic play.