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Stuart Walton on The Waste Land

Stuart Walton on The Waste Land

The least conventional poem of the era begins, conventionally enough, with the seasons...

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Samuel Jay Keyser Jabberwocks The Tables Turned

Samuel Jay Keyser Jabberwocks The Tables Turned

Jabberwocky isn’t really a nonsense poem...

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The Horror!

The Horror!

This year, instead of passing out candy, I propose to hand out poems...

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Andrea Brady on Diane di Prima

Andrea Brady on Diane di Prima

Remember you can have what you ask for, ask for everything...

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George Reiner on Anaïs Duplan

George Reiner on Anaïs Duplan

Lemonade, crackers, glitter, picnic blankets...

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Joe Linker on John Matthias

Joe Linker on John Matthias

Style is more than how you put something down on paper. It’s how you live...

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FIRE ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

O’Hara’s death has become something of an urban legend...

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George Reiner on Christian Hawkey

George Reiner on Christian Hawkey

sift developed from a translation of the Moroccan philosopher Abdessalam Benabdelali...

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Ken Taylor: game on

Ken Taylor: game on

hockey pucks are frozen prior to each game...

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Swallowed Dolphins

Swallowed Dolphins

Are the dolphins somehow a metaphor for our condition as humans, believing that we are free so long as we remain oblivious to the restrictions within which we operate?

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Eamonn Wall on Philip Casey

Eamonn Wall on Philip Casey

Philip was a great friend of mine. I loved him like a brother and miss him dearly. My collection of his work is not only a personal treasure...

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Douglas Penick on Pierre-Albert Jourdan

Douglas Penick on Pierre-Albert Jourdan

I never knew Pierre-Albert Jourdan, but he was the first person ever to publish my work...

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