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Excellence in Student Writing: Introduction

by Micah Towery Arts & Society
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That’s when I feel most satisfied as a teacher: when I see a spark of something in a student that I admire.

Animal Collection: An Interview with Colin Winnette

by Brian Chappell Reviews & Interviews
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Animal Collection, a new book of stories by Colin Winnette, is a subtle blend of experimentation and dramaturgy.

Alfred Corn’s Transatlantic Bridge

by Alfred Corn eBooks
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Poet, fiction writer, and critic Alfred Corn applies his special language skills to a comparison of the two dominant versions of the English language. The United States and Britain have been described as “divided by a common language,” but this guide will help speakers from both countries make their way in the other.

Poem of the Week: Kevin Shea

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

Poem of the Week: Aaron Simon

by Allison Power Poems of the Week
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[Terracotta Lawyers]

Poem of the Week: Takashi Hiraide

by Martin Rock Poems of the Week
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[43]

Poem of the Week: J.T. Welsch

by Brian Chappell Poems of the Week
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[Hook]

Poem of the Week: Jason Labbe

by Sarah V. Schweig Poems of the Week
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[Blue Note]

THEthe Poetry: 2010 Year in Review

by Micah Towery TheThe Poetry Blog
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All answers, of course, are functions of the question, so…take this list with a grain of salt.

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