Sarah Eggers

Painting with Caroline Knox

June 6, 2013
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While Knox’s poems maintain a healthy awareness of themselves as constructed objects (“black and white graphic art,” Knox has called them), they simultaneously feel in constant, and deliriously unpredictable, motion.

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Poem of the Week: Sophie Sills

April 27, 2012
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[The Meaning Comes Close]

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Poem of the Week: Phoebe Giannisi

April 20, 2012
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[“ΈΑ ΕΚΕΙΝΑ”']

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Poem of the Week: Caroline Knox

April 13, 2012
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[The Scottish Play]

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Poem of the Week: Frank Montesonti

April 6, 2012
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[Sad Indianapolis]

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“Poetry Means You’re Writing About the World”: An Interview with Anne Winters

January 16, 2012
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I was introduced to Ms. Winters’ work in graduate school and, ever since, have been a ardent admirere of her lushly orchestrated, yet intimate and searingly honest poems about the “big issues” that so many contemporary poets seem to shy away from: race, class, poverty, and gender.

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“A Map of Itself”: Language and Representation in Caroline Knox’s Nine Worthies

February 2, 2011
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Nine Worthies is something of a Tower of Babel: multifarious in diction, opulent in detail, complex in meaning and, finally it seems, reaching toward the heavens.

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