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Poem of the Week: Brian Trimboli

by Levi Rubeck Poems of the Week
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from (Opera): Asylum

The Petal of My Tongue Keeps Slipping: Darcie Dennigan’s Madame X

by Pia Aliperti Reviews & Interviews
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“Some say the world will end in fire, / Some say in ice” famously wrote Robert Frost. “I whispered precipice” Dennigan answers, “[…] because precipice contains ice (practically twice).”

Neighborhood post-industrial as opposed to professional aesthetics

by Joe Weil Arts & Society
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Neighborhood aesthetics, especially in that industrial/post-industrial world, were very different.

Poem of the Week: Kevin Simmonds

by Christopher Phelps Poems of the Week
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Crude

Interview with Colin Winnette, Part 2

by Brian Chappell Reviews & Interviews
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“I think we want to innovate.”

An Erotics of Reading: Jennifer Karmin’s “aaaaaaaaaaalice” Reviewed.

by Gene Tanta Reviews & Interviews
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In place of a hermeneutics of reading, as Susan Sontag’s ghost might say, we need an erotics of reading.

Poem of the Week: Tony Leuzzi

by Christopher Phelps Poems of the Week
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from Cadae: The Pi Poems

Fostering the Perhaps

by Joe Weil Arts & Society
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Error is the only reality we know, and the one thing we are least likely to forgive or admit.

Interview with Colin Winnette, Part 1

by Brian Chappell Reviews & Interviews
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The seven sections of Colin Winnette’s slim new novel Revelation correspond to the seven angels of the Book of Revelation.

Poem of the Week: Andrew Joron

by Christopher Phelps Poems of the Week
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Assumption, The

THEthe Red Room Collaboration

by THEthe Poetry Blog Editors Red Room
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THEthe Poetry and The Red Room Company are teaming up to share poems across the oceans.

Garbage Picking in Eliot’s Waste Land, Part 4

by Tom Bair Poetry and Poetics
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“The Waste Land” has always begged its readers to multitask, to make leaps, to be both attentive and creative readers.

Poem of the Week: Niina Pollari

by Christopher Phelps Poems of the Week
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[Then there is this dream with its other bright edges]

Camera Stellata

by Lisa A. Flowers Reviews & Interviews
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This is a kind of Stockholm Syndrome, of course (as all existentialism is), but it’s a defiant, expansive strain that’s nobody’s fool or prisoner.

Pont-consciousness: Reading Arendt and Blake

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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The genius of Blake is his playing out the location of private and public human activity to show their psychological truth and depth.

How to Watch a Poem

by Sridala Swami Poetry and Poetics
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Poems on the page are not read; they are watched.

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