Poems By JASON GURIEL
Articles By JASON GURIEL
- Autobiography of Reader
Anne Carson's Red Doc>
- Dorothy Parker’s Perfect Contempt
The Complete Poems.
- Going Negative
A “necessary skeptic” says what he really thinks about new books by Jane Mead, D.A. Powell, and John Poch.
- New-fangled, Old-fangled
The rickety and the radical.
Reconsidering E.E. Cummings.
- The Pigheaded Soul
Kay Ryan’s Collected Poems 1965-2035.
- The Spectric Poets
Jason Guriel on Anne Knish and Emanuel Morgan.
- The World Stands Still and Still We Flow
- Why Is the Great American Poem So Hard to Write?
One critic's take on Graham, Grossman, McCombs, Hannah.
Blog Posts By JASON GURIEL
- Canadian Content on Harriet Plummets
- Poetry Is
- Accidental Poetry and What to Do with the Stuff
- Harriet Goes to the Movies
More blog posts by Jason Guriel (24 posts)
- Where Would You Like to Live?: A Reading of a Poem I Like, Plus a Question
- What One Can Learn About Poets from Their Acknowledgements: Some Rickety Conclusions
- Do I Dare Disturb the Reader?: Some Thoughts on Horror, Plus Two Brief Readings of Poems I Like
- A Cinch(ing): A Reading of a Poem I Like
- Poetry in Motion: A Slightly Awkward Attempt to Figure Out What This Term Means (and Thus Maybe Not the Best Example of the Term); Also, an Excuse to Quote Passages of Poetry about Baseball
- Some Thoughts On Poetry Readings: Part Three (Legendary Gigs)
- Some Thoughts on Poetry Readings: Part Two (Various - and Occasionally Notorious - Characters Defined)
- Some Thoughts On Poetry Readings: Part One (A Lot of Less Is More)
- Everybody Gets to Go to the Moon: An Extended Letter for the Print Magazine which I’ll Just Post Here
- A Few Quick Questions About the Education of Youth Circa 2009
- The Occasional Curse of the Duty-write
- In the Year 2000
- Child's Play: A Reading of a Poem I Like
- The Poetry in the Prose: Part Two
- The Poetry in the Prose: Part One (and If You Haven't Read The Savage Detectives Consider Yourself Spoiler Alerted)
- Lost and Found: A Reading of a Poem I Like
- What’s On Your Desk?
- A Brief, Belated Review of “Twelve Visual Poems” (edited by Geof Huth, from the November issue of Poetry)
- In Defense of Dial-up Blogging and, Generally Speaking, Taking It Slow