Posts Tagged: Melissa Broder
When Paul Tunis emailed me and asked if I’d be interested in looking at a comic he’d drawn in collaboration with the poet Melissa Broder, my answer was an unequivocal yes. I’d have said yes even without the excuse of National Poetry Month or a scheduled review of Broder’s book....more
Nate Pritts is a facile layerer of images. We get fake animals, a broken sparkleheart, a lute in a window, and flora galore. Ultimately, though, it’s the cadence of the voice that engages the reader. Slant rhyme, and skillfully enjambed couplets and tercets, are the real shakers....more
So, did you like our National Poetry Month project? If you missed any of the poems, check them out here.
Barbara Jane Reyes has some interesting thoughts on poetic tradition.
Virginia Heffernan discusses the way self-publication has lost some of its stigma, and introduces me to a new term: microniche publishing....more