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‘I have reached the edge of earshot’: W.S. Graham’s ‘Malcolm Mooney’s Land’ September 26, 2016: The Editors’ Blog occasionally features online exclusives by Poetry’s contributors. This installment comes from David Wheatley, whose article “So Much Better Than Most Things Written on [...] by

A Keyboard Mind: Hollis Frampton’s Gloria! as Lyric Poem March 11, 2016: The Editors’ Blog occasionally features online exclusives by Poetry’s contributors. This installment comes from Alice Lyons, whose poem “Happy Valley” appeared in our February 2015 issue. [...] by

The 27th Letter January 27, 2016: Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog occasionally features online exclusives. This installment comes from Mairead Small Staid. Past exclusives can be found here. In the alphabet recited by [...] by

Public Poet, Private Life May 11, 2015: [Note: The Editors’ Blog occasionally features online exclusives by Poetry’s contributors. This installment comes from Sina Queyras. Past exclusives can be found here.] In 2004, I started a [...] by

Agoras February 20, 2014: [Note: From time to time Poetry features online exclusives from contributors. This installment comes from John Kinsella, who wrote about Jam Tree Gully in “Vermin: A Notebook” in December 2009. [...] by

The Inward Ear: Reading Basil Bunting’s ‘Briggflatts’ September 20, 2013: [Note: From time to time Poetry will feature online exclusives by contributors. This third installment comes from Nate Klug. You can read past exclusives here.] When I was nineteen, I had a [...] by

Letter from Rome, on the Fly August 27, 2013: [Note: From time to time Poetry will feature online exclusives by contributors. This second installment comes from Kevin Craft. You can read the first exclusive, Robert Archambeau’s [...] by

Charmless and Interesting: What Conceptual Poetry Lacks and What It’s Got August 2, 2013: [Note: Poetry will be featuring online exclusives by contributors as a way to respond to and comment on immediate, lively debates in poetry. This first installment is by Robert Archambeau.] Fourteen [...] by