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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

Poem of the Week: Evan Hansen

by Adam Fitzgerald Poems of the Week
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[He’s like those children who take apart a clock in order to find out what time is]

Poems and Their Ideas

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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An idea for a poem is always a competing poem.

Painting Larry Fagin (Plus a Fagin Poem!)

by Simone Kearney Art
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Simone Kearney paints the poet Larry Fagin. Also read a poem by Fagin.

The Silver Book

by Levi Rubeck Poetry and Poetics
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Ephemeral, almost spirit-like, this book can be read in under 15 minutes if one rushes or pondered for days and cannot be fully appreciated on a Kindle or as a pdf.

Scattered Rhymes: Josh Bettinger

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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He’s just a west-coast boy, living in New York City, he took the express train to where good poems reside.

Poetry Fix, Episode 19: Thomas Lux

by Chris Robinson Poetry and Poetics
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Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson discuss Thomas Lux’s poem “Tarantulas on the Lifebuoy.”

Poem of the Week: Camille Rankine

by Adam Fitzgerald Poems of the Week
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[Symptoms of Island]

Meditation on Apollinaire

by Joe Weil Memoir
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I must describe the physical sensation this poem had on me. It was a hot and humid day, and the house was full of fans whirring, and flies buzzing, and no one was home.

On Assignments

by Emily Vogel Poetry and Poetics
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It occurred to me that if a poet or writer is to develop discipline, he or she must have some sense of assignment.

This Just In From the Void

by Sarah V. Schweig Poetry and Poetics
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Sestets is what it seems to be and a lot more: a small book of small poems that resurrect what they can from the nothingness.

Scattered Rhymes: Dawn Marie Knopf

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Dawn Marie Knopf’s poetry feeds off a particularly American mythos: old wives’ tales, Farmer’s Almanacs, the revered stories of American pop heroes before they made it big.

A Language Poet You’ll Enjoy Reading

by Brooks Lampe Language
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Add Clark Coolidge to the list of great American poets that nobody is talking about.

Poem of the Week: David Lehman

by Adam Fitzgerald Poems of the Week
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[Poem in the Manner of Charles Bukowski]

Poetry Fix, Episode 18: More Milosz

by Chris Robinson Poetry and Poetics
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Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson discuss Czeslaw Milosz’s poem “Late Ripeness.”

The Bookshelf

by Daniel Silliman Memoir
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In books rowed up on the shelf you see, for the first time, your own death.

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