Barbara Berman reviews seven poetry collections to celebrate National Poetry Month.
Tags: A Change of World, A Lucent Fire, Aaron Shurin, Adrienne Rich, All the Gay Saints, Allen Ginsberg, allen grossman, american poetry review, August Kleinzahler, bodega, CantoMundo, Carl Phillips, Cathy Song, Cave Canem, Chana Bloch, Charles Reznikoff, Deer Come Down, Eduardo C. Corral, Edward Weismiller, Firsts: 100 Years of Yale Younger Poets, Ghassan Zaqtan, Good Gay Poets Collective, Gravity Assist, Hebrew Union College Press, Jane Mead, Kayleb Rae Candrilli, Lambda Literary, Like a Dark Rabbi, Like a Dark Rabbi: Modern Poetry and the Jewish Literary Tradition, Love Letter From an Impossible Land, Mahmoud Darwish, Martha Silano, Maura Stanton, Milweed Editions, Muriel Rukeyser, Nightboat Books, Norman Finkelstein, Patricia Spears jones, Picture Bride, Poetry Magazine, Postmodern American Poetry, Rachel Tzvia Back, Richard Hugo, Richard Nixon, Robert Hayden, San Francisco, Saturnalia Books, Snow on Snow, Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, Su Hwang, Susan Howe, The Blue Absolute, The Dave Clark Five, The Earth in the Attic, The Paris Review, Theory of Flight, Wallace Stevens, What Runs Over, White Pine Press, william meredith, William Wordsworth, Yale University Press
David Baker discusses SWIFT: NEW & SELECTED POEMS.
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Over time, Strickland’s lines themselves grow wild, less uniform in their patterns of indentation. Like root structures deep in the ground, they branch in many directions. ...more
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Rumpus editors share favorite poetry collections as we continue our celebration of National Poetry Month!
Tags: American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin, Among the Monarchs, Amulet, Analicia Sotelo, Anne Carson, Aracelis Girmay, Autobiography of Red, beth bachmann, Black Aperture, Blood Dazzler, Blood Sparrows and Sparrows, Boneshepherds, CA Conrad, Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude, Catherine Barnett, Cease, Cenzontle, Christine Garren, Citizen Illegal, Colette Arrand, Dana Levin, Dante Di Stefano, David Tomas Martinez, Derrick Austin, Diane Seuss, Dying in the Scarecrow’s Arms, Ecodeviance, Eduardo C. Corral, Eleni Sikelianos, Eugenia Leigh, Evie Shockley, Fatimah Asghar, Fludde, Hold Me Gorilla Monsoon, House A, I Love Artists, Idrissa Simmonds, If They Come for Us, In the Surgical Theatre, Incomplete Knowledge, Into Perfect Spheres Such Holes Are Pierced, Jack Gilbert, Jamila Woods, Jason Bayani, Jeanann Verlee, Jeffrey Harrison, Jeffrey McDaniel, jennifer s. cheng, Jericho Brown, Josè Olivarez, Juliana Spahr, Kimiko Hahn, Mad Honey Symposium, Mahogany L Browne, María Isabel Álvarez, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Matt Rasmussen, Matthew Olzmann, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, Mezzanines, Mindy Nettifee, Misrepresented People, Mitchell LH Douglas, molly mccully brown, My Emily Dickinson, Narrow Road to the Interior, National Poetry Month, National Poetry Month 2018, Nin Andrews, Open Your Mouth Like a Bell, Patricia Smith, patrick rosal, Peter Mishler, Please, poetry, Post Traumatic Hood Disorder, Racing Hummingbirds, Refusing Heaven, Rookery, ross gay, Sally Wen Mao, Semiautomatic, Slow Lightning, Still Life with Two Dead Peacocks and a Girl, Susan Howe, Suzanne Parker, Terrance Hayes, The Black Maria, The BreakBeat Poets Vol. 2: Black Girl Magic, The California Poem, The Splinter Factory, The Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded, This Connection of Everyone with Lungs, TJ Jarrett, Traci Brimhall, Trouble the Water, viral, virgin, What to Read When, Why God Is a Woman, Zion
Laurie Sheck is the author, most recently, of Island of the Mad, and A Monster’s Notes, a re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. A Pulitzer Prize finalist in poetry for The Willow Grove, she has been a Guggenheim Fellow, as well as a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard, and at the […]
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Camden Avery reviews Emily Dickinson’s
The Gorgeous Nothings today in Rumpus Poetry. ...more