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  • Poetry News
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    The poet Tom Clark passed away unexpectedly on Friday after being struck by a car while crossing the street in North Berkeley, according to Berkeleyside....

  • Poetry News
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    Andrew Byrds interviews Lisa Marie Basile, founder of Luna Luna and author of Light Magic for Dark Times (Fair Winds Press, 2018), for Entropy. There's a chapter...

    Lisa Marie Basile, Light Magic for Dark Times, cover
  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    Jos Charles, author of the new collection, Feeld (Milkweed, 2018), answers 10 questions at Poets & Writers for the current issue: "What are you reading...

    Jos Charles, Feeld, cover
  • Poetry News
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    Poet Marisa Crawford is spotlit at ANDREA BLYTHE: Speculative Poetry and Fiction, talking "pop culture, feminism, and the value of emotional knowledge." Crawford's most recent collection...

  • Featured Blogger
    By Diana Arterian

    Diana Khoi Nguyen’s first collection of poetry, Ghost Of, engages with monuments that narratives of familial tragedy erect.

    Mary Grisey, Remains of the Ephemeral, 2014.
  • Poetry News
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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
  • Poetry News
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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
  • Poetry News
    By Harriet Staff

    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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