Allison Power

Poem of the Week: Paul Violi

November 25, 2011
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[Three Poems]

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Poem of the Week: Ashleigh Allen

November 18, 2011
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[Be Frank, Franco]

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Poem of the Week: Kevin Shea

November 10, 2011
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[As Far as Height’s Concerned]

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Poem of the Week: Aaron Simon

November 3, 2011
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[Terracotta Lawyers]

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Some David Schubert Poems You May Not Know

April 2, 2010
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I reached a point where there was no
Use going on: my companion said, “Do not waken
The watchman, do not shout, he will die
Of shock if you make the slightest
Sound.” I stood in the utter darkness,
Cold. Without evidence of myself.

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The Lost Painting

March 6, 2010
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In honor of the 400th anniversary of Caravaggio’s death, the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome is hosting the most major exhibition of his work in, well,—ever.

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WHAT’S YOUR IDEA OF A GOOD TIME?

February 26, 2010
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In 1977, Bill Berkson and Bernadette Mayer began a kind of interview correspondence where with they exchanged questions and answers on a variety of topics.

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TRACKING THE MARVELOUS

February 20, 2010
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“Isn’t it a heavenly spot to live in!” cried Grace. “Have a dill pickle.” The studio was divided in two—the rear half was the work space of her friend Alfred Leslie, who soon made his appearance.

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SONNETS by Bernadette Mayer

February 12, 2010
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I thought I’d share some Mayer sonnets, as Valentine’s day is almost upon us. Love nor the sonnet is standard in Mayer’s world, and she highlights the possibilities/ multiplicities of poetics and of love. After all, desire doesn’t always follow a neat and tidy pattern. SONNET So long honey, don’t ever come around again, I’m […]

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