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It's Complicated
Clarice Lispector and Elizabeth Bishop’s fraught relationship.
By Alexandra Pechman

Prufrock, Lewinsky, and the Poetry of History
How T. S. Eliot’s lovelorn classic still sways us.
By Austin Allen

An Ear for Poetry
The knottiness of a prevalent metaphor.
By Julian B. Gewirtz, Rachel R. Kolb

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Sweeping Hearts
Writing poems inspired by Native American music and poetry.
By Elizabeth Raby

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Square Toes and Icy Arms
How to simplify as you personify.
By Catherine Barnett

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Learning the Chant Poem
By Jack Collom

Summer Reads
Some recent favorite features from
By The Editors

High and Low
What we write about when we write about celebrities.
By Kathleen Rooney

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Experience, Experiment
Using Black poetry in creative writing classes.
By Patricia Spears Jones

Eight poets reveal their most memorable summer reading experiences.
By Sara Ivry

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