Adam Fitzgerald

Poem of the Week: Rickey Laurentiis

July 26, 2013
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Faggot

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Poem of the Week: Emily Skillings

July 19, 2013
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Canary

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Poem of the Week: Leopoldine Core

July 12, 2013
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EVERYONE LIKE HER

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Poem of the Week: Dorothea Lasky

July 5, 2013
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The open sound of French

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Poem of the Week: Adam Fitzgerald

October 12, 2012
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Lost Colony

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New Jersey Transit Today

November 21, 2011
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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).

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Why I Hate “The Arts”

August 31, 2011
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Perhaps it is the ends of art I hate–the way it is “valued” rather than integrated into the dynamic of being alive.

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Adam Fitzgerald’s “Life of Gorgias”

November 1, 2010
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Not only is Adam a teaching, magazine editing, book publishing maniac, he’s also managed to put together a poem collage in all that spare time he has.

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Partial board meeting

April 8, 2010

at Great Lakes bar and Chris Stackhouse’s apartment Attendees yours truly Fitzgerald Kearney Gregorian Stackhouse though not sure if he counts honorary board member maybe everyone’s welcome everybody’s autobiography something in Ashbery about that ‘Soonest Mended’ until too late in the morning almost the dawn Minutes: dogwoods Parliaments fire escape, five favorite poets, five favorite […]

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Keats Revisited: “It’s Not a Well-Wrought Urn, it’s a Well of Ashes and Wine”

February 21, 2010
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That urn is cold. I find it strange that several poets and scholars speak of the beauty-truth equation as the last lines of the poem. That equation has called forth so much fuss – its bald assertiveness is immensely persuasive at first hearing, then almost instantly the mind rebels against the symmetry of identity.

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“The Sweetness of Herbert” by Stuart Krimko

February 18, 2010

[Book Review: 2/18/10]

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