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Posts Tagged ‘Gerard Manley Hopkins’

On Gerard Manley Hopkins’s ‘Poetic vice’ June 9, 2017: Simon Edge’s glimpse into Gerard Manley Hopkins’s poetry through the lens of queer literature begins with an interesting pairing: Hopkins, side-by-side with Oscar Wilde. It’s a [...] by

Gerard Manley Hopkins: Great Poet, Awful Teacher May 25, 2017: At the Irish Times, Simon Edge remarks on Gerard Manley Hopkins’s innovative verse and metrics, his woes while living in Ireland, and his inability to maintain control over a hostile brood of [...] by

Nursing Futurism May 31, 2016: Siren Aria (a fragment) …It’s still conductive, pornographic. The plumbing a listening hose for        strangers rooting around  In the house’s howls: I [...] by

Google Glass and the John Ashbery Effect June 19, 2013: Thanks to the New York School Poets (blog) we found this article by Virginia Heffernan about trying Google Glass and the experience’s relationship to poetry. In order to be one of the first to [...] by

Miscellany April 18, 2013: The problem with Koch’s books about teaching children to write poetry is that his method does not teach them to be poets. It teaches them to make what will look like poems to us—but like diddling [...] by

Now We’re Cooking with Gerard Manley Hopkins May 25, 2011: Is this a food blog? Or are we hungry? So many questions. But to the point. In a post over at Best American Poetry, we are treated to a Gerard Manley Hopkins poem, “Pied Beauty,” which is [...] by

The Harvest C(r)op October 11, 2009: How to relate the everyday to poetry while in the act of being the poem. Working my way underneath this city I love, I latch onto a dragon’s back circumnavigating the subway system during the [...] by