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The focus of this space is similar to the old one - poetry, place, creati..

PARTIAL GENIUS by MARY BIDDINGER / Where prose may imply narrative, the content within each "stanzagraph" defies the narrative. By telling ..read more
GOOD UNIVERSE NEXT DOOR by Carolee Bennett - 1M ago

Don't call it a comeback, but here are my Poetry Goals for 2020, which include generative goals, grant applications, reading projects and ..read more

GARMENTS AGAINST WOMEN by ANNE BOYER / The opening poem seems to describe both degrees of suffering and our attachment to suffering, and ..read more
GOOD UNIVERSE NEXT DOOR by Carolee Bennett - 1M ago

SAVE OUR SHIP by BARBARA UNGAR / "Save Our Ship" is a cry for the planet. And not just environmentally. It's an SOS for our species (dear ..read more
GOOD UNIVERSE NEXT DOOR by Carolee Bennett - 1M ago

OCEANIC by AIMEE NEZHUKUMATATHIL / I want to return to this book to study the "self portrait" poems more closely. Very often with persona ..read more

Looked at in that light, some of the current dramas -- like growing out a pixie cut (hello, darkness, my old friend) and feeling beaten ..read more

Poetry teaches us how to listen, and poetry helps us know things, like urgency, tenderness and the value of each story. The post "for ..read more

SWEET INSURGENT by ELYSE FENTON / Even as we are shown how volatile and precarious life can be, Fenton delivers lines that are tender both ..read more

THE GALAXY IS A DANCE FLOOR by BIANCA LYNNE SPRIGGS / Sketches -- moth, narwhal, astronaut, etc. -- appear in a series of "reverie" poems ..read more

THE WYNONA STONE POEMS by CAKI WILKINSON / I wasn't sure how I'd do reading an entire book of poems in the third person about a fictional ..read more

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