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Elizabeth Bishop’s Proliferal Style by Angus Cleghorn

Elizabeth Bishop’s Proliferal Style by Angus Cleghorn

Bishop’s persona is part she-moose, part bus; part warrior-fish, part oily vessel; part pastoral idyll, and part atomic bomb...

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Fall is the season for poetry

Fall is the season for poetry

The Poetry of Autumn | by Anne Finch

Poetry Foundation

“The poetry of earth is never dead,” wrote John Keats, and yet that quintessential poet of autumn, his own life fading as the colors of his glory blazed and flew, was...

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Afflict the Comfortable

Afflict the Comfortable

by Kevin Canfield

Poetry Foundation

Martín Espada looks for poetic life outside the MFA universe.

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Poets are rock stars

Poets are rock stars

by Jen Woods This morning as I sit down to start my work, coffee in hand, the air definitely feels different in that “today-is-my-birthday” kind of way. Typecast Publishing, started a little less than one year ago, now has four authors, one whose book releases this very day.  The...

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Jazz-Poetry and Non-Cognitive Aspects of the City

Jazz-Poetry and Non-Cognitive Aspects of the City

by Sean Bonney The Pythagorean harmony of the spheres proposed a perfect cosmology, a hierarchy built on scalar realities that justified social conditions on earth, where everybody was in their place, and nobody was able to question the beauty and perfection of these relationships. But for the system to...

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