I'm delighted to report the launch of a new poetry column, "STANZA", on the Barnes and Noble Review.  It'll be written by Tess Taylor, who recently published Twice-Told Tales about Laurie Sheck's novel "A Monster's Notes" and Dan Beachy-Quick's "Whaler's Dictionary" for the Poetry Foundation site. According to Taylor, she'll "be looking at five or so books of poems in tandem every couple of months." Her next column, in June, will treat "Lyric Histories."

Originally Published: April 28th, 2010

Catherine Halley is the editor of JSTOR Daily, an online magazine that draws connections between current affairs, historical scholarship, and other content available on JSTOR, a digital library of scholarly journals, books, and primary sources. She is the former digital director of the Poetry Foundation, where she served as editor...