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NPR Reads James Tate July 13, 2015: NPR’s “Book Reviews” revisits the prolific American poet, James Tate, who passed away just last week at the age of 71. Tate’s 17th full-length collection of poetry, Dome of [...] by

RIP James Tate July 9, 2015: This morning we heard the very sad news that poet and UMass professor James Tate has died at the age of 71. Gazettenet reports: Acclaimed poet James Tate, a distinguished professor in the English [...] by

Matthew Klane Has Good Taste in Poetry October 2, 2014: We’re into this “What I’m Reading Now” feature at Drunken Boat, which today brings us recommended current-poetry reads from poet Matthew Klane, who co-runs (with Adam Golaski) [...] by

Yahoo! Commissions Alternative Inaugural Poems January 21, 2013: If you haven’t been able to get enough of all the inaugural poem hoopla (we certainly haven’t had our fill yet!) then surf over to Yahoo! News for five other inaugural poems by the likes [...] by

Dispatch from the 2010 Key West Literary Seminar January 9, 2010: Greetings from the 28th annual Key West Literary Seminar, which is dedicated to poetry this year and honors Richard Wilbur. I’m filing this post from a mobile device that tried to auto-correct [...] by