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Some Notes on Translations of Horace

by Micah Towery Poetry and Poetics
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If you are a poet writing in English, you carry Horace in your own voice.

Scattered Rhymes: Ben Mirov

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Ben Pease interviews Ben Mirov on the Scattered Rhymes Podcast.

Poetry Fix, Episode 20: Weldon Kees

by Chris Robinson Poetry and Poetics
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Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson discuss Weldon Kees’s poem “1926.”

Ur Poems: Emily Vogel

by Emily Vogel Poetry and Poetics
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What Inspires Us To Write Poetry?

Poem of the Week: Liz Rosenberg

by Michael Klein Poems of the Week
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[Packing Her Things]

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

by Sarah Eggers Poetry and Poetics
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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.

Marriage Counseling for True Minds

by Alfred Corn Academia
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To what extent do the classics belong to our actual, lived experience?

Who You Lookin’ At?

by Colie Hoffman Writing
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This entry is part of a series, At Sangam House, India» NOTE: This is the third in a series of posts by Colie Hoffman about her experience while a writer-in-residence at Sangam House, India. When I was in grad school, my friend Dave and I used to lift weights at the gym. The undergrad demographics at our […]

Scattered Rhymes: Morgan Parker

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Morgan Parker describes herself as equipped with the eyes of a surrealist, ears of an ethnographer, tongue of a cynical comedian, and heart of a brooding sixteen-year old.

Ur Poems: David Shapiro

by David Shapiro Music
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My first memory of my father is: “Hurled headlong flaming!”

Poem of the Week: Brandon Kreitler

by Adam Fitzgerald Poems of the Week
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[Epithalamium with Rust]

Unstuck with Yahia Lababidi

by Brian Chappell Academia
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Yahia Lababidi remembers late nights in his dorm room at George Washington University, tossing in bed as the voices of Wilde, Rilke and Kafka reverberated around him.

Writing Without an Idea

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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I don’t usually have an idea in mind when I begin to write.

The other thing grammar is good for

by Daniel Silliman Language
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Grammar can be a brutal, brutal thing.

Scattered Rhymes: Sarah Schweig

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Sarah Schweig, neighbor to airfields, estrangement, mythology, imagination, opens up about how she came to be a poet of departures. Pardon my inability to pronounce Catullus.

Glory Pee

by Lonely Christopher Fiction
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Nobody else contemporary or comparable to the young Rachel B. Glaser writes as epiphanic structures as these or plays with the purpose and effect of fiction with such verve

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