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T H E D I S T A N C E S and / or C I T I E S (8) April 23, 2015: … language as it is embodied, perpetually being created. Composition takes place in the liminal moment of history-in-the-making, at the ‘rim of occurrence’ (Leslie Scalapino). We compose [...] by

A Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge with Poets House June 16, 2014: This year’s Poetry Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge—an annual benefit for New York City’s Poets House—nearly didn’t happen at all. The weather reports had been grim, “foretelling” (as [...] by

Cleveland, Ohio and Hart Crane October 2, 2012: Hart Crane, one of America’s most mythologized poets, had a lifelong love/hate relationship with Cleveland, where he was raised. The Los Angeles Review of Books’s Anne Trubek calls him [...] by

Henri Cole Visits Hart Crane’s Grave July 16, 2012: Check out this New Yorker piece in which Henri Cole writes about his visit to Hart Crane’s grave in small town America. Here’s a taste: Driving home from the Midwest, I stopped in [...] by