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    At Los Angeles Review of Books, Karen Kevorkian reviews poet Gail Wronsky's Imperfect Pastorals (What Books Press, 2017), a book comprised of pastorally-inclined poems that take their titles from Virgil’s Georgics. "Her poems banter with the...

    Gail Wronsky, Imperfect Pastorals, cover
  • Poetry News
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    Readers unfamiliar with James Merrill's Book of Ephraim may want to nosedive into Richie Hofmann's article at the Los Angeles Review of Books, which explores a new edition of Merrill's book-length...

  • Poetry News
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    United States poet laureate Tracy K. Smith contributes an essay to the New York Times exploring why, and how, poets are suddenly more willing to address political concerns in the public...

    Tracy K. Smith
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    Rowan Ricardo Phillips's new book, The Circuit: A Tennis Odyssey (FSG, 2018), is reviewed by Walton Muyumba for the LA Times. "At first glance, 'The Circuit' may seem odd," writes Muyuma, "an...

    Rowan Ricardo Phillips, The Circuit, cover
  • Poetry News
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    NPR Books thinks poetry may be the perfect holiday gift, and Mary Louise Kelly of All Things Considered has invited writers to talk about the books they'll be gifting. First up is...

  • Poetry News
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    At Literary Hub, read an excerpt from Norma Cole's introduction to Raúl Zurita's INRI, published by New York Review of Books. Cole writes: "Zurita chose to stay in Chile, enduring the...

    Raúl Zurita
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    Alison Flood observes mounting accusations against poet Ailey O'Toole, whose poem, "Gun Metal," bears a notable similarity to Rachel McKibbens's poem, "three strikes." At The Guardian, Flood begins, "A prize-nominated poet’s debut...

  • Poetry News
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    J. Michael Martinez, author of Museum of the Americas (Penguin, 2018), is interviewed by Alex Dueben at The Rumpus. "The book tackles a wide range of topics: from casta paintings and postcards...

  • Poetry News
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    Anne Boyer has penned a new piece for Lapham's Quarterly, "The Fall of Night." "Perhaps night begins when sound becomes more vivid than sight," writes Boyer. More from this intertextual...

    Anne Boyer
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    While studying at Cambridge, Stephen Moss was inspired by J.H. Prynne and John Barrell to look into John Clare's poetry about birds. At Literary Hub, Moss (now the author of Mrs Moreau’s...

    John Clare
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