Ugly Duckling Presse

“Death Centos” : Company in the Terror of the Unknown

by Fox Henry Frazier Reviews & Interviews
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Terror is either the most defining nor the most compelling quality with which death is portrayed in this poetry that interrogates what it means to die, and how we use those final moments before death – both our own and those of others.

Poem of the Week: Dorothea Lasky

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

Hindu Surrealism: George Kalamaras

by Brooks Lampe Poetry and Poetics
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The two loves of Kalamaras’s life: Surrealism and Hindu mysticism (with a touch of rhetorical theory!).

Ben Fama’s NEW WAVES

by Bianca Stone Poetry and Poetics
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Being “timeless” isn’t about removing the contemporary but about writing a good poem.

Quiet Anthem

by Genevieve Burger-Weiser Poetry and Poetics
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Cursivism, Will Hubbard’s slim, debut volume of prose poems published by Ugly Duckling Presse, begins with a simple piece of advice that may be one of the most challenging charges facing anyone who is trying to figure out how to live, “just let it happen.”

Scattered Rhymes: Ben Fama

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Ben Pease interviews Ben Fama on the Scattered Rhymes podcast.

The Silver Book

by Levi Rubeck Poetry and Poetics
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Ephemeral, almost spirit-like, this book can be read in under 15 minutes if one rushes or pondered for days and cannot be fully appreciated on a Kindle or as a pdf.

A Language Poet You’ll Enjoy Reading

by Brooks Lampe Language
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Add Clark Coolidge to the list of great American poets that nobody is talking about.