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back-door typical

February 1st, 2017
eb

a poem

5 June 2016 / Birmingham

February 1st, 2017
5 June 2016 / Birmingham

a poem

The Mermaids of Kansas City

January 1st, 2017
The Mermaids of Kansas City

a poem

Biospeleology

January 1st, 2017
Biospeleology

a poem

After Ester

December 1st, 2016
march

a poem

Every Cruelty

December 1st, 2016
childsold

a poem

HARD WATER

November 1st, 2016
shed

a poem

from goodwifthing

November 1st, 2016
night-light

a poem

The Storm

September 1st, 2016
<em>The Storm</em>

a poem

Music

September 1st, 2016
Music

a poem

lucky paranoia

August 1st, 2016
iwasher

a poem

Memory in One

July 1st, 2016
oldset

a poem

Creature Report

July 1st, 2016
saudade

a poem

Kindling the Mob

June 1st, 2016
Kindling the Mob

A new biography tells the fascinating story of anarchist poet Lola Ridge, long overlooked by a critical culture that considered politics antithetical to literature. Laura Tanenbaum reviews.

Stashed under a Bush

June 1st, 2016
Stashed under a Bush

a poem

Paradise

June 1st, 2016
Mos

a poem

from To Duration

May 1st, 2016
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a poem, translated by Scott Abbott

April and my Plastic Sunflowers

April 1st, 2016
artificial

a poem

untitled

April 1st, 2016
Constable

a poem

Number Fifteen

March 1st, 2016
boulders

a poem

Index of First Lines

March 1st, 2016
cart

a poem

February

February 1st, 2016
straand

a poem

Control

December 1st, 2015
beam

a poem

ROSE 57

December 1st, 2015
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a poem

red moon night

November 1st, 2015
deepred

a poem

On the Infinite Nature of the Universe

November 1st, 2015
Rain_Steam_and_Speed_the_Great_Western_Railway

a poem

Book Review: The Emperor of Water Clocks

October 8th, 2015
the emperor of water clocks

A grand and jauntily mythological new volume of poetry from Pulitzer Prize-winning Yusef Komunyakaa

Intersections

October 1st, 2015
aband

a poem

Mussolini’s Thoroughfare

October 1st, 2015
Bridge_of_Angels

a poem

Cottonwoods

September 1st, 2015
PurkinjeCell

a poem

Moving at the Speed of Love

September 1st, 2015
Moving at the Speed of Love

Poet Alex Caldiero’s Some Love is tangled in the poetic complexities of love, and yet, as reviewer Scott Abbott discovers, the poems here can be every bit as fleshy and uncomplicated as the real thing.

Nobody!

September 1st, 2015
Frogspawn

a poem

First Told the Myth of Orpheus

August 1st, 2015
from limb to limb

a poem

THE BRIDGE OF ARTA

August 1st, 2015
tacomanarr

a poem

Small in the Distance

July 1st, 2015
130212_0001

a poem

Entire Lost Silence Drifts

July 1st, 2015
Hessel_Gerritsz_-_Malay_Archipelago_and_Australia (1)

a poem

Blues for a Red Planet // Fashion Week

June 1st, 2015
hubbledeepspace

a poem

current

June 1st, 2015
Silver_crystal

a poem

Something and Not

May 1st, 2015
<em>Something and Not</em>

a poem

On Poetry

April 1st, 2015
detail -Duchamp_-_Nude_Descending_a_Staircase

a poem

Nanook of the North

April 1st, 2015
Nanook of the North

a poem

Book Review: On Elizabeth Bishop

March 24th, 2015
on elizabeth bishop cover

In the latest Princeton “Writers on Writers” installment, novelist Colm Toibin writes about poet Elizabeth Bishop

Is Sobriety a Metaphor for Rain?

March 1st, 2015
Is Sobriety a Metaphor for Rain?

a poem

Bach so plentiful

March 1st, 2015
fibb

a poem

The Only Relevant Thing

March 1st, 2015
The Only Relevant Thing

Matthew Lippman’s third poetry collection sings of the joys and sorrows of married life – and ventures onto broader societal stages as well. The result shows the reader in new detail a world they thought they knew.

Two Poems

February 1st, 2015
Two Poems

poems

from “SCOOT”

February 1st, 2015
from “SCOOT”

a poem

[Requiem for the Aral Sea]

January 1st, 2015
[Requiem for the Aral Sea]

a poem, translated by Thoraya El-Rayyes

Portfolio/Evidence 1722

January 1st, 2015
<em>Portfolio/Evidence		1722</em>

a poem

An Interview with Katy Bohinc

December 1st, 2014
An Interview with Katy Bohinc

Maureen Thorson interviews Katy Bohinc, poet and author of Dear Alain.

Cabin with Porthole

December 1st, 2014
IMG_5893

a poem

22 October 2013 / Birmingham

December 1st, 2014
22 October 2013 / Birmingham

a poem

Book Review: Chinese Love Poetry

November 26th, 2014
chinese love poetry cover

A pretty new anthology dips into the vast Chinese poetic tradition

I Think We’re Alone Now

November 1st, 2014
I Think We’re Alone Now

Two poetry volumes – one concerned with how to be ourselves, alone, inside, the other concerned with making multifacted connections with external reality – are reviewed in a gentle dialogue with each other.

from At Will

November 1st, 2014
from <em>At Will</em>

a poem

ELECTION DAY

November 1st, 2014
HouseOnTheRockCarousel

a poem

from The Ditties

October 1st, 2014
BoxingDay1939

a poem

Major Trends / StarDate

September 1st, 2014
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a poem

abalone

September 1st, 2014
<em>abalone</em>

a poem

Words

August 1st, 2014
Words

a poem

Felix Feels Bitter

August 1st, 2014
Felix Feels Bitter

a poem

canes domini

July 1st, 2014
canes domini

a poem

Belen

July 1st, 2014
Belen

a poem

That no one should hurt ya

June 1st, 2014
be

a poem

Alaska Epithalamium

June 1st, 2014
AnchDown

a poem

‘A Quiet Conscience Sleeps in Thunder’

May 1st, 2014
gray

a poem

pantograph

May 1st, 2014
Pqr

a poem

MOONS OF GRIEF

April 1st, 2014
MOONS OF GRIEF

a poem

IF IT’S THE LAST THING YOU DO

April 1st, 2014
IF IT’S THE LAST THING YOU DO

a poem

Crown

February 1st, 2014
crown

a poem

Book Review: Poetry of Witness

January 17th, 2014
poetry of witness cover

A hefty new anthology collects hundreds of years worth of poetry about the wars, pestilences, triumphs, and plagues poets endured and tried to capture in verse

exorcisms

January 1st, 2014
Shadow

a poem

Book Review: Holding On Upside Down

December 19th, 2013
holding on upside down

One of the 20th Century’s greatest poets finally gets her definitive biography

My Last Dutchman

December 1st, 2013
My Last Dutchman

a poem

from “Dear Alain”

November 1st, 2013
<em>from “Dear Alain”</em>

a poem

Book Review: Nefertiti in the Flak Tower

October 31st, 2013
nefertiti in the flak tower

The great critic and memoirist Clive James has a volume of new poems doing some very old things

Connect the Dots

October 1st, 2013
<u>Connect the Dots </u>

What kind of reader would she be, our Poetry Editor asks, if she didn’t allow herself to be susceptible to Ange Mlinko’s sublime, piercing unreason?

A Certain Profit Situation

October 1st, 2013
goldleafsheet

a poem

An Excerpt from YOU.

September 1st, 2013
An Excerpt from <em>YOU</em>.

a poem

Book Review: The Selected Letters of Anthony Hecht

August 18th, 2013
hecht in iowa city

The great 20th century poet Anthony Hecht was also a charming and indefatigable letter-writer. A new volume does its best to capture the range and wit that captivated two generations of correspondents.

Tender Reproach Aeronautics

August 1st, 2013
Tender Reproach Aeronautics

a poem

Four Short Poems

July 1st, 2013
Four Short Poems

a poem

wild swans

June 1st, 2013
<em>wild swans</em>

a poem

The Impossible Magic of Becoming

April 1st, 2013
The Impossible Magic of Becoming

Even the speaker in Jennifer Denrow’s new book knows that the California she imagines is one she’ll never visit, one that cannot possibly be real – but that’s what makes it so alluring.

new old forest: infrastructure

March 1st, 2013
DecFor

a poem

A snake once flew through the air

March 1st, 2013
A snake once flew through the air

A conversation with Adam Golaski about The Problem of Boredom in Paradise: Selected Poems of Paul Hannigan

March 2013 Issue

March 1st, 2013
March 2013 Issue

By the poet Paul Hannigan, who would have turned 77 this month

Late Night in the High Tang Dynasty

February 1st, 2013
longsteps

a poem

REFRAIN

January 1st, 2013
Shadowall

a poem

Annus Mirabilis of Mäda Primavesi

December 1st, 2012
innocence

a poem

Before the Correction

November 1st, 2012
Before the Correction

a poem

Book Review: The Iliad

October 6th, 2012
mccrorie iliad – oct 2012

Homer’s Iliad gets a new and unconventional translation into sometimes very familiar language

The Passage

October 1st, 2012
lines

a poem

Two Poems

September 1st, 2012
floe

two poems

Anthology Review: London – A History in Verse

July 30th, 2012
london a history in verse – hardcover

A sprawling new celebration of London in six centuries of verse!

LOVE SONG FOR PYROMANIACS AND LIBRARIANS

July 1st, 2012
BurBs

a poem

Peruvian Pan Flutes

June 1st, 2012
laac

a poem

Deus in Machina: poetic technique in Derek Walcott’s Omeros

May 1st, 2012
claude-lorrain-seaport

Derek Walcott’s long Homeric tribute “Omeros” will likely stand as his masterpiece and reward detailed study for centuries. And as with Homer, even small fragments of the world can yield fascinating insights.

STATE OF THE UNION

May 1st, 2012
sp

a poem

“highly contrived and stylized”

April 1st, 2012
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“Spending a summer night alone in Hannibal, watching the Mississippi River, staying in a rundown motel, and getting drunk by yourself … that’s a solid way to spend a day.” — A conversation with poet and cover artist Joshua Ware

Silex

March 1st, 2012
pentopage

a poem

Classics Reissued: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

February 3rd, 2012
sir gawain and the green knight – dec 2011

A wonderful (and long out of print) adaptation of “SIr Gawain and the Green Knight” by the great 20th century novelist and teacher John Gardner

The Drifter

February 1st, 2012
CrField

a poem

LOOK DOWN

January 1st, 2012
ld

a poem

The Work

December 1st, 2011
shipyard

A poem by Jack Hanson

Oz Discovered without Ns or Ls

November 1st, 2011
YEL

a poem

Endearment

October 1st, 2011
lookeast

a poem

: cleave :

September 1st, 2011
androtwins

a poem

from: Environment Canada.

August 1st, 2011
Hopi-Dancer-428×600

A poem.

All the Questions

August 1st, 2011
clbecker

In her new collection of poems, Claire Becker probes the matter between what we intuit and what we learn, between what we choose and how we change.

WHEN IN JAMAICA

July 1st, 2011
images

A poem by Andrea Henchey

The Summery Night Before the Frost

June 1st, 2011
georgedillon

Best known today as the muse and lover of Edna St. Vincent Millay, George Dillon was a formidable poet and personality in his own right, and one well worth rereading.

Taxonomy and Grace

April 1st, 2011
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Have bickering bloggers and academic jargon so infected the poetry world that readers can no longer read a poem, or speak of one, as what it is?

Review of Sometimes My Heart Pushes My Ribs

September 6th, 2009
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In his review of Sometimes My Heart Pushes My Ribs, Chris Tonelli explains the mesmerism of Ellen Kennedy’s prose