It’s Saturday night, the skies are cloudy, and the satellite reception keeps cutting in and out. Guess it’s time for some poetry links.
I don’t generally link to poetry reviews elsewhere, but the NY Times reviews poetry so rarely that I figured I ought to do it if only for the sake of novelty. It’s for Adam Bradley’s Book of Rhymes, a new anthology that makes the case for rap’s inclusion in the world of serious poetry.
John Clare, victim of identity theft.
And finally, the search for the
perfect Auden Martini.