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Poem of the Week: Paul Violi

by Allison Power Poems of the Week
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[Three Poems]

Monsters, Inc.

by Brian Chappell Reviews & Interviews
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Zone One is not a zombie novel.

Why I can never hate the Susquehanna

by Joe Weil Arts & Society
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I can never hate the Susquehanna, not if it took my last dollar, not if it made me look like a grade z version of some extra who got lost on his lunch break from a remake of “The Grapes of Wrath” and ended up standing poised against the wrong unforgiving sky.

New Jersey Transit Today

by Adam Fitzgerald Society
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It’s all a spectacle — something not able to be understood (a young woman takes her life by walking into an oncoming speeding Amtrak train at 4:45 PM on a beautiful day).

Poem of the Week: Ashleigh Allen

by Allison Power Poems of the Week
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[Be Frank, Franco]

Poetry Scenes: Seattle

by Paul Nelson Poetry and Poetics
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Seattle likes to pride itself on being one of America’s Most Literate Cities.

Why Lesser Talent Succeeds

by Joe Weil The Other
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I believe being recognized is a talent, a capability in its own right.

Why Poetic Collaboration Matters

by Gene Tanta Reviews & Interviews
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To collaborate well as a creative writer, one has to give up the 500 year old idea of the Humanist self as a unique consumer of “the real.”

Poem of the Week: Kevin Shea

by Allison Power Poems of the Week
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[As Far as Height’s Concerned]

Robert Duncan’s The H.D. Book

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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The book is essentially a record of Duncan’s two-step with poetry

The actual slaughter of the gods: The Great Gatsby, Goldman Sachs, and Zombies

by Joe Weil Society
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We worship death and call it ultimate life.

A Perfect Poem? “The Doe” by C. K. Williams

by Christopher Phelps Poetry and Poetics
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Here’s a question: What to do with (how to view) a poem you can’t help but think of as perfect?

Poem of the Week: Aaron Simon

by Allison Power Poems of the Week
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[Terracotta Lawyers]

Announcing Poetry Comics! Sommer Browning & Noah Eli Gordon

by Bianca Stone Poetry Comics
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The visual has always been an important means of communication, from caveman paintings, to graphic novels, to IKEA instruction manuals.

Poem of the Week: Sridala Swami

by Metta Sama Poems of the Week
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[A work of art is a problem]

mUutations: Pete Winslow

by Brooks Lampe Poetry and Poetics
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Pete Winslow is a very minor Beat surrealist poet who died young and only published a few books.

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