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A radiant debut.
Nearly Baroque poets want art that puts excess, invention, and ornament first.
A mystery poem.
Clare Emily Clifford
Brenda Hillman's Seasonal Works with Letters on Fire
Experiencing a classic anew.
Lisa Jarnot offers a glimpse into the academic and artistic communities of Robert Duncan.
David Micah Greenberg’s essay on two uses of comparison in poetry and politics, “When That
David Micah Greenberg
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.
Corina Copp, Dorothea Lasky
Arthur Rimbaud’s Illuminations
“Stationed fast to parentheses of sleep and winter,” Allison Titus's debut collection, The Sum of Every Lost Ship, probes the emotion of the (nearly) motionless.
In “Examination of the Hero in a Time of War,” a long poem written during WWII, Wallace Stevens
Dan Beachy-Quick, Timothy Donnelly
If a travelogue were to arrive as writing, it might read like Maureen N. McLane’s two full-length collections of poems, Same Life and World Enough.
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