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    Hilda Doolittle's postwar years are the subject of an investigation by Cynthia Hogue at Jacket2. "In The H.D. Book," Hogue writes, "Robert Duncan aptly terms the...

    H.D., Hilda Doolittle
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    At The Millions, Megan Abbott considers female rage within the context of Sylvia Plath's poetry. "''You do not do, you do not do /...

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    In a new, three-part essay for Stillpoint Spaces, poet Andrea Brady is forthcoming about "the mental distress which now typifies academic life" (a life...

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    The Guardian's Dalya Alberge reports on a trove of letters written by William Butler Yeats long missing, now recovered at the Princeton University Library. "A collection of...

  • Poetry News
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    For Florence Welch, writing poems "has in many ways turned out even more exposing" than writing lyrics, the singer tells Emily Mackay in a...

    Florence Welch, Useless Magic, cover
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    At SFMOMA's Open Space, Lauren Levin's last article as a columnist is "Genre Wormhole #4: The White House Lawn." "Because I’m writing about self-proclaimed agitprop in this essay,"...

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    Jamie Townsend is in conversation with Ted Rees about the latter's new book, In Brazen Fontanelle Aflame (Timeless, Infinite Light, 2018), at Entropy: "I said...

    Ted Rees, In Brazen Fontanelle Aflame, cover
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    At Dichtung Yammer, Kristen Gallagher talks to Daniel Lynch about her book, 85% True / minor ecologies (Skeleton Man Press, 2017). In composing the book, Gallagher...

    Kristen Gallagher, 85% True / minor ecologies, cover
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    Jennifer Hijazi discusses the results of the NEA's recent survey, which revealed that poetry is being read and written by Americans at record rates, in...

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    For the New Yorker's Culture Desk, Gareth Smit explores the New York Public Library's Berg Reading Room–home of the Berg Collection. Here, the library...

    New York Public Library Berg Collection
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