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Sleep as Resistance
Hejinian, Whitman, and more on the politics of sleep.
By Siobhan Phillips

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Vital Signs
A poet and photographer join together to celebrate the rough beauty of San Bernardino.
By The Editors

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Visiting Carolyn Kizer
Mentorship from a woman poet is no small thing.
By Annie Finch

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The Man and the Manners
What do Robert Frost’s letters reveal?
By Adam Plunkett

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Where Shall I Begin?
Inspiration and instruction in poetry’s first lines.
By Jessica Greenbaum

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‘Welcome to It’
Camille Rankine says she never expects anything.  But perhaps she should.
By Kimberly Reyes

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Prioritizing Place
In defense of regionalism.
By Sandra Beasley

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‘Let it Lack’
Bill Knott has developed a persona that righteously trumpets poetic neglect.
By John Cotter

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Word Theft
Why did 2013 become the year of the plagiarists?
By Ruth Graham

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Resolutions
How a Joseph Brodsky New Year’s poem led to Robert Frost, Khrushchev, and more.
By Alex Estes

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