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Poem of the Week: Lauren K. Alleyne

by Roy Perez Poems of the Week
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What Night Knows
After Gaugin’s Le Cheval Blanc

Interview with Marie-Elizabeth Mali [AUDIO]

by Nicholas Wilsey Reviews & Interviews
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The Eggshell Parade brings you a reading and interview from poet Marie-Elizabeth Mali.

Poem of the Week: Tommy Pico

by Roy Perez Poems of the Week
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Life’s a Beach

Interview with Kelli Russell Agodon [AUDIO]

by Nicholas Wilsey Reviews & Interviews
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The Eggshell Parade brings you a reading and interview from poet Kelli Russell Agodon.

The Valley: Zoe Dzunko

by Tamryn Bennett Red Room
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Poem of the Week: Bianca Spriggs

by Metta Sama Poems of the Week
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Ornithology Lesson

TRICK VESSELS by Andre Bagoo

by Joe Weil Reviews & Interviews
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The poems of Trick Vessels are not the imposed order and false certainties of neo-conservatism, but an embracing of the power and force of night through the spell casting power of language–the magic that does not destroy uncertainty but which gives it value, and purpose.

The Ironic and the Un-Ironic: the Role of the Hero in Ashbery and Creeley

by Andrew Field Poetry and Poetics
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If Ashbery’s poems are premised, if distantly, on a hope for the future, a hope for new imaginary communities, a hope for a new way of speaking, Creeley’s poem are cynical about the future, isolated from community, and unable to even speak.

The Report: Richard James Allen

by Tamryn Bennett Red Room
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Poem of the Week: Aricka Foreman

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dream in which you survive and in the morning things are back to normal

Interview with Michelle Bitting [AUDIO]

by Nicholas Wilsey Reviews & Interviews
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The Eggshell Parade brings you a The Noisy Reading Series reading and interview from poet Michelle Bitting. Michelle reads her poem “Free,” which appears in the winter 2012 issue of diode.

“Contemplations” on a Massachusetts Poet: American Muse

by Micah Towery Poetry and Poetics
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The story of Cain is built into the founding mythos of America, whose people were cast out of Europe to violently master “uncivilized” land.

St. Kilda: Ali Alizadeh

by Tamryn Bennett Red Room
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Poem of the Week: Amy King

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AND THEN WE SAW THE DAUGHTER OF THE MINOTAUR

The Mimic Sea

by Jeffrey Hecker Reviews & Interviews
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She took her sweet time, I suspect, in order to release something rare, special, and dangerous — a finished book.

“Contemplations” on a Massachusetts Poet: A Neo-Platonic Quest

by Micah Towery Poetry and Poetics
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The ecstasies of the “secular” are sacred.

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