Posts Tagged: No Tell Motel

The Sunday Rumpus Interview: Shane McCrae

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I think that the moment we’re living in offers the best opportunity we’ve had in a long time in that a lot of things having to do with identity politics are being talked about in poems.

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Poetic Lives Online: Links by Brian Spears

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The Rumpus has already mentioned W. S. DiPiero’s essay about walking in San Francisco from the November issue of Poetry, but there are others dealing with the same general idea as well. Kay Ryan on Marin County, Peter Cole on Jerusalem and A. E. Stallings on Athens are a good start. I very much enjoyed […]

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Poetic Lives Online: Links by Brian Spears

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When I came across this first link, my immediate reaction was “we need an anthology of the sonnet?” Apparently we do. I’ll be checking this one out. Rebecca Wolff can smell the youth on a manuscript. Robert Lee Brewer explains that some things about poetry are simply unknowable. Diane Lockward is making movies now. This […]

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Poetic Lives Online: Links by Brian Spears

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Reb Livingston has an interesting premium for people who buy a No-Tell Motel book today and tomorrow–a free tarot reading or dream interpretation. We here at The Rumpus are very interested in innovative ways to promote books. Barbara Jane Reyes, who I haven’t linked to in far too long, has some really interesting things to […]

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Poetic Lives Online: Links by Brian Spears

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Happy Singles Awareness Day, everyone. Here’s a Valentine from Louis Zukofsky to help you finish the night off right. AWP wasn’t the only party this past week–Josh Corey has photos and video from the PoetryPalooza at Lake Forest College. I agree completely with Barbara Jean Reyes here. If you’re afraid to call yourself a poet, […]

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