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    Dominick Knowles reveals details about the intersections of communism and poetry at Viewpoint Magazine, with an eye toward the poetry of George Oppen: "Just after...

    George Oppen
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    Stefan Milne of Seattle Met interviews Quenton Baker, the poet behind a new installation at Seattle's Frye Art Museum. "Seattle poet Quenton Baker’s Ballast examines the 1841...

  • Poetry News
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    At PBS NewsHour, learn more about Ada Limón’s book The Carrying, very recently published by Milkweed Editions. The collection, as Jennifer Hijazi reports, "is about the...

    Ada Limon, The Carrying, cover
  • Poetry News
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    At The Margins, an explanation of "one of the bloodiest and largest mass migrations of people in history," Partition, "when in 1947 the British colonial...

    Faiz Ahmed Faiz
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    For those craving more of Emily Dickinson's universe, consider checking out this constellated survey by Jaime Fuller, recently published at Lapham's Quarterly, which ties...

    Emily Dickinson
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    Yesterday, the New York Times published a poetry sampler featuring 10 poets with disabilities, edited by Jennifer Bartlett. Bartlett provides an introduction, writing: "Not long...

    Jennifer Bartlett
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    The Guardian celebrates two "amateur sleuths" who are receiving credit for pinpointing the exact site where William Blake was buried; and the headstone was unveiled yesterday...

    William Blake
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    The Paris Review discusses its plans to explore more of contemporary poetry's themes and authors, in an article published yesterday on the blog. "This year, The Paris Review will...

    Henri Cole
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    Ada Limón's The Carrying is out now! At BOMB, she speaks with Lauren LeBlanc about it and about poetry's freedoms and constraints. "An American poet,...

    Ada Limon, The Carrying, cover
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    At Brain Pickings, Maria Popova revisits Maggie Nelson's Bluets (Wave, 2009), "a slim, splendid collection of 240 numbered arguments? meditations? incantations? about the color blue,...

    Maggie Nelson, Bluets, cover
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