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Psychoanalysis and the Mad Artist: Hölderlin’s Empty Center

by Daniel Tutt Poetry and Poetics
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Psychoanalysis is a good system for those of us that like structure.

Poem of the Week: Jonathan Galassi

by Zachary Pace Poems of the Week
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[Tinsel Tinsel]

2011: End of the Year Poem & Book Roundup

by Metta Sama Poetry and Poetics
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b bearhart, Alexander Long, and Jonterri Gadson name their favorite books and poems from the 2011.

Abigail Stone: Wrapped in Newspaper

by Bianca Stone Arts & Society
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Mother was never prepared for Christmas. We would drive around in the old car on Christmas eve looking for a tree.

Poem of the Week: Dorothea Lasky

by Zachary Pace Poems of the Week
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[Who to Tell]

Poetry Comics! Paul K. Tunis

by Bianca Stone Poetry Comics
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What I love about Paul K. Tunis’s work is how brilliantly he melds traditional comic-book style with the experimental.

Primer on Imagery

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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Before Modernism, most poetry told, with showing as merely a form of decoration. Either that, or poetry sought a synthesis between showing and telling where the showing told and the telling showed.

Poem of the Week: Paul Legault

by Zachary Pace Poems of the Week
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[River 2]

Disabilty as talent: The perfection of the broken

by Joe Weil Society
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I have an older brain damaged brother, Peter. In 1953, a small pox vaccination failed to localize and shot up to his brain.

mUutations: Louis Simpson

by Brooks Lampe Poetry and Poetics
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The poem points to something I am growing increasingly aware of: surrealism is fundamentally mimetic.

Poem of the Week: Simone Kearney

by Zachary Pace Poems of the Week
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[A]

Poetry Speaks with its Hands

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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My theory of narrative is that it is arc, gesture, syntactical force the most common of which is what we call a story, but not exclusive to story.

Google Translates Poetry

by Micah Towery Poetry and Poetics
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Meta-lord of the cloud-lords of meta of!

Poem of the Week: David McConnell

by Zachary Pace Poems of the Week
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[Pissing]

Sleep to Wake and Wake to Sleep: A comparison of “Prufrock” and “Nightingale”

by Joe Weil Poetry and Poetics
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What draws these poems together is simulation of death-states in relation to the afflatus of night and song—of rising or sinking to the occasion.

The Domestication of the Saints

by Stewart K. Lundy Poetry and Poetics
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The “gate keepers” of religion and of poetry are one and the same.

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