Open DoorBy David Trinidad
On December 10, 1962, Sylvia Plath moved from Court Green, her home in Devon, England, to a flat at 23 Fitzroy Road in London.
Poetry NewsBy Harriet Staff
We heard of today, and welcome, the return of Court Green, now as an independent, online literary magazine (previously attached to Columbia College Chicago) and edited by Tony Trigilio, David...
Featured BloggerBy David Trinidad
Imagine a Sylvia Plath you’ve never known before. Not a depressed, suicide-obsessed brooder—the stereotype so many people seem to have in mind—but an optimistically driven intellectual (as well as...
Featured BloggerBy Hoa Nguyen
In which I write about three newly minted poetry series that take place along the border between Canada and the U.S.A. Earlier, I spoke of a pop-up series in Detroit....