Emily Warn's newest collection of poetry is Shadow Architect (Copper Canyon Press 2008). Her previous books include The Leaf Path and The Novice Insomniac. She currently lives in Seattle.
Poems By EMILY WARN
Articles By EMILY WARN
- California Sorrow
How So-Cal's supernatural landscape and T.S. Eliot's failed romance influenced Mary Kinzie's latest book.
- Anne Bradstreet: “To My Dear and Loving Husband”
Anne Bradstreet became a cultural icon for speaking out. Anne Hutchinson was banished.
- D.I.Y. Detroit
How the Alternative Press shaped the art of a city left for dead.
- Does Poetry Have a Social Function?
- The Poetry Beat
In her NBCC-Award nominated book The Key to the City, Anne Winters patrols New York City from stoop to street, spire to tenement.
- Who Did This?
The Alternative Press Multiple Originals Project screws up the bibliographers.
Audio & PodcastsPoetry Off the Shelf
The Fun of Speaking English
Emily Warn marvels at Dorothea Grossman’s charming, irreverent poems.