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What Is This Thing Called Free Verse? (A primer for those who want it)

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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Poets want to get away with murder.

Poem of the Week: Allyson Paty and Danniel Schoonebeek

by Saeed Jones Poems of the Week
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TORCH SONG: QUIT SONG

Hysterical Catalog: Gregory Corso’s Alchemical-Surrealism

by Brooks Lampe Poetry and Poetics
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The poet as alchemist, transmuting the socio-political reality using the mundane elements found in the (social) environment with the transformative energies of consciousness.

Poem of the Week: Tom Sleigh

by Micah Towery Poems of the Week
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Landscape

Voices of Haiti

by Jamie DeAngelo Reviews & Interviews
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Voices of Haiti is a synchronic document, the proverbial Bermuda grass of sensory experiences; it has no fixed center, no predominate bassline, and no resounding agenda, other than that of presenting the shimmering diversity of lives in the post-earthquake world of Haiti.

Notes and jottings for a work on the evolution of intuition and sensation in modernist / post-modernist poetry

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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No motion has she now, no force / she neither hears nor sees

Poetry Comics! Traci Brimhall & Eryn Cruft

by Bianca Stone Poetry Comics
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Traci Brimhall & Eryn Cruft

Poem of the Week: Monica Mody

by Sridala Swami Poems of the Week
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Myth of Cosmos

13 Ways of Looking at the Pragmatist Ashbery, OR Getting Down to the Nitty-Gritty: Ashbery and the Central Doctrine of American Pragmatism

by Andrew Field Poetry and Poetics
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So what are some other major facets of Ashbery’s relationship to American pragmatism?

Poem of the Week: Joshua Muyiwa

by Sridala Swami Poems of the Week
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The Catalogue: Eight

“This Was the First Day / Of the New Experience”: Notes Towards a Pragmatist Reading of Ashbery’s Poetry and Poetics, Part I

by Andrew Field Poetry and Poetics
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I want to start with a problem: an overwhelming, close to paralyzing sense that an essay about John Ashbery’s poetry is like a representational critique of a cubist painting.

Poem of the Week: Tsering Wangmo Dhompa

by Sridala Swami Poems of the Week
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Exile: an invitation to a struggle

Phronesis and Redux

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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Whim as a form of virtue, constancy as grace.

Poem of the Week: Aditi Machado

by Sridala Swami Poems of the Week
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HOW A THING TURNS WRETCHED

Democracy is not for the People, by Josef Kaplan

by Karl Wolff Reviews & Interviews
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Are Michael Bay’s Transformers movies and the trend of using drones for assassination part of the same moral sickness? 

Contemplation on Mercy

by Joe Weil Arts & Society
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Mercy, unlike good manners or social nicety, can exist in hell.

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