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Henri Cole’s Paris Diary for The New Yorker September 20, 2012: Poet Henri Cole is blogging from Paris for The New Yorker's Page Turner. Noting that he's renamed his rue the Street of the Iron Poet, Cole considers being a first-generation American with a French mother in the Fifth Arondissement, which is heavy with book traffic: "Six of my poems were recently translated into Catalan, a language that a [...] by

Henri Cole Visits Hart Crane’s Grave July 16, 2012: Check out this New Yorker piece in which Henri Cole writes about his visit to Hart Crane's grave in small town America. Here's a taste: Driving home from the Midwest, I stopped in Garrettsville, Ohio, to visit the Crane family plot, where there is a memorial to the oblique, tortured, intensely American poet Hart Crane, who is one of [...] by

For Henri Cole, Pleasure-Pain Balance Is Oxymoronic March 1, 2012: A great review by Julia Guez of Henri Cole's newest book, Touch, has just been posted at BOMBLOG. Guez uses Freud as a framework to discuss the text, specifically his "Beyond the Pleasure Principle." More on this: There may be no better way to frame my analysis of Henri Cole’s newest collection, Touch. Cole is fearless in treating the [...] by