Levi Rubeck

“Bend to It”: The Negotiation Between Contact and Damage

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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“Bend to It” swings to and fro as if buffeted by a hurricane.

The Brothers Perdendo and Perdendosi

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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Trimboli’s well-wrought lines are best self-described as “an orchestra of small insanities held together with catgut.”

Scratched Aquarium Glass & A Chorus of Snow: On Erica Bernheim’s “The Mimic Sea”

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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The Mimic Sea is not unlike searching for a radio station: half of one song comes in like crystal, but the next is a chorus of snow.

Martin Rock’s DEAR MARK

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The conversation may be one sided, but Rock isn’t interested in merely interpreting Rothko’s paintings. He engages with them, contributes his own poetic flair, and takes and gives equally from his source material.

No Apocalypse by Monica Wendel

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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Gestures, grand and diminutive, poetic and otherwise, made with integrity.

Robert Duncan: The Collected Early Poems and Plays

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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The breadth of that poetic growth is in itself a fantastic teacher.

Review: Contrapuntal by Christopher Kondrich

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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Contrapuntal is not a book about diametrics, bipolarity, or extremes, but rather a sonic and sonorous exploration of the way music, sound, time, and relationships exist throughout the body, mind, and self.

Continues

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Ponytail fusses with her acrylic / nails, paints them in Onyx Licorice.

Poem of the Week: Cathy Che

by Levi Rubeck Poems of the Week
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Doc, there was a hand

Poem of the Week: M.A. Vizsolyi & Ronnie Yates

by Levi Rubeck Poems of the Week
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Houston Poem 26

Poem of the Week: Elsbeth Pancrazi

by Levi Rubeck Poems of the Week
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When you fell asleep with your fingerprint on the sensor

Poem of the Week: Laren McClung

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FOR IBRAHIM QASHOUSH

Poem of the Week: Brian Trimboli

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from (Opera): Asylum

Robert Duncan’s The H.D. Book

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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The book is essentially a record of Duncan’s two-step with poetry

Oyster Perpetual

by Levi Rubeck Poetry and Poetics
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When charm works, the connection established between individuals is palpable.

Kevin Young’s Ardency

by Levi Rubeck Poetry and Poetics
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It’s Kevin Young’s least personal book so far, but in many ways that allows him to approach those same emotions within the book’s historical characters from a more objective stance.

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