Poems By KATHLEEN ROONEY
Articles By KATHLEEN ROONEY
- Based on a True Story. Or Not.
Does it matter if a poem that seems autobiographical is actually fictional?
- Ghost hunting with the Dead Poets Society of America
Is dying the best thing that ever happened to poetry?
- My Type of Type
The perverse and the personal at the Hamilton Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin.
- Pimp My Poem
Moonlighting at Chicago’s Poetry Brothel.
- Poems While You Wait
The Work of Poetry in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
- See What You Miss by Being Dead?
Elegy for a suicide in Matt Rasmussen’s Black Aperture.
Audio & PodcastsPoetry Off the Shelf
Asleep, But Not at Rest
Kathleen Rooney on Weldon Kees and his mysterious poetic character Robinson
Nobody Else is Listening
Kathleen Rooney on the Poetry Brothel, where you can buy a private poetry reading for five bucks a pop.