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A New Anthology Confronts the Current Administration May 23, 2017: Knopf unveils a new anthology of 50 poems by poets wbo oppose the current administration; at the Washington Post, Elizabeth Lund takes a look at who (and what) is inside. Lund: “The slim [...] by

Reviewing Philip Levine, Christian Wiman, & Paul Muldoon at the Washington Post November 10, 2016: At the Washington Post, Elizabeth Lund considers three new books of poetry this month: The Last Shift, Philip Levine’s first posthumous collection (with a little help from Edward Hirsch); [...] by

New York Times Reviews New Collections by Edward Hirsch and Christian Wiman September 11, 2014: New York Times brings to newsstands a compelling discussion about new poetry collections by Edward Hirsch (Gabriel: An Elegy) and Christian Wiman (Once in the West). On Hirsch: Lord of the Torrent, [...] by

Silver Road of Devotion So Shorely Shown January 15, 2014: Thinking about the long winters of my childhood in the Canadian North reminds me of how much we loved the summers, spent every minute on the playground outside the school. For some reason we would [...] by

Christian Wiman Announces Departure from Poetry Magazine January 2, 2013: Here’s some big news coming out of our own Poetry magazine: today, Editor Christian Wiman announced he will leave Poetry on June 30, 2013, after a decade as the editor of the magazine, to join [...] by