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From Computer Programming to Poetry
The outgoing Children’s Poet Laureate in conversation with the incoming Poet Laureate.
Kenn Nesbitt interviewed by J. Patrick Lewis

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Field of Power
Fady Joudah is known as much for his own verse as for his translations of Palestinian poets.
By Alex Dueben

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The Original 'Home Ec'
Jonathan Skinner on observing the goings-on in your backyard and why ecopoetics isn’t just for writers.
By Maria Hetman

Interview
Adaptation
For decades, film editor and sound designer Walter Murch has been a champion of the Italian writer Curzio Malaparte. But it wasn’t enough to read his work; he had to translate him.
By Joy Katz

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Not Enough
Lawrence Ferlinghetti on his new book, the old days, and why poetry needs to be beat up.
By David Meltzer

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War Stories
Veteran Kevin Powers’s celebrated novel The Yellow Birds has its origins in his poetry.
By Evan Smith Rakoff

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To the People
Richard Blanco on being chosen as the nation’s fifth inaugural poet.
By Ruth Graham

Interview
Conjuring Act
Nearly 60 years ago, Weldon Kees vanished without a trace. Why is Kathleen Rooney summoning him today?
By James Reidel

Interview
Lettering the Stage
Sarah Ruhl on her latest play, ‘Dear Elizabeth,’ why the Bishop-Lowell correspondence is so compelling, and what poetry can accomplish that theater cannot.
By Ruth Graham

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A ‘Poetry-Fueled War’
During the Civil War, poetry didn’t just respond to events; it shaped them.
By Ruth Graham

Originally appeared in Poetry magazine.

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