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The Man and the Manners
What do Robert Frost’s letters reveal?
Where Shall I Begin?
Inspiration and instruction in poetry’s first lines.
‘Welcome to It’
Camille Rankine says she never expects anything. But perhaps she should.
In defense of regionalism.
‘Let it Lack’
Bill Knott has developed a persona that righteously trumpets poetic neglect.
Why did 2013 become the year of the plagiarists?
How a Joseph Brodsky New Year’s poem led to Robert Frost, Khrushchev, and more.
Is paper’s diminishing relevance changing the way poets write?
These Charming Men
How Morrissey’s music turned one teenager into a poetry lover.
The Imaginative Man
C.S. Lewis’s first love was poetry, and it enabled him to write the prose for which he is remembered.