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From This Issue November 2018
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    I sit across the table from my partner

  • poem
    By Justice Ameer

    the bo’y wakes up

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    By Emily Berry

    What can I tell you? It was a summer that seemed to be

From PoetryNowNovember 2018

Brenda Hillman explores the many nuances of human emotions and articulates the moment before a feeling comes into being. Produced by Katie Klocksin.

  • From The Poetry Magazine PodcastNovember 2018

    The editors discuss torrin a. greathouse’s poem “On Confinement” from the November 2018 issue of Poetry.

  • From Poem TalkNovember 2018

    Hosted by Al Filreis and featuring Amber Rose Johnson, Tonya Foster, and Davy Knittle.

  • From Poetry Off the ShelfNovember 2018

    Poetry's possible liberty or obligations in the wake of the US midterm elections.

  • From PoetryNowNovember 2018

    Toby Altman visits a hospital in Washington State designed by Bertrand Goldberg and considers the costs of making art in contemporary America. Produced by Katie Klocksin.

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By Susan Hutton

In honor of Thanksgiving, five helpings of toothsome verse.

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