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  • Never fully revealed, this malevolent creature is all the more horrific for its shadowy presence HP Lovecraft’s Cthulhu is a slobbering, tentacled horror...
    6 hours ago
  • The author of *Red Thread* (Fithian Press, 2012) and *Keeper of the Winds* (FootHills Publishing, 2014), reads from her work at *Rattle*'s monthly readin...
    9 hours ago
  • "The Light of the World" is the new memoir by Alexander, the poet who read at Obama's 2008 inauguration ceremony
    14 hours ago
  • Just announced. Anthony Doerr has won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for All the Light We Cannot See. Once again the editors at NC were prescient. Here you can re...
    15 hours ago
  • Prolific Montreal author-illustrator Pierre Pratt has been named the winner of IBBY Canada’s Elizabeth Mrazik-Cleaver Canadian Picture Book Award for… Rea...
    16 hours ago
  • Michael Odom *Nuptials* There are no songs, no cars, no dogs barking, No talk. No rock can hit on rock Without these words ringing out, And no words are ...
    1 day ago
  • *TOO LATE * The power was out when we went to bed that night, remember? It had been out since suppertime—one of those late afternoon thunderstorms that u...
    1 day ago
  • Robert Frost, Elizabeth Bishop and Gwendolyn Brooks are among those who can be heard online.
    1 day ago
  • *Each month we gather news from our contributors and beyond and tell you about some things we like.* *Contributor Round Ups* Hoa Nguyen at AWP Souvank...
    2 weeks ago
  • Carrie Etter’s Imagined Sons doesn’t have a jacket that would make me buy the book. It quotes Bernard O’Donoghue: “These are poems of the utmost importance...
    3 weeks ago
  • When I email Descant Editor-in-Chief Karen Mulhallen to confirm our interview appointment the next day, she responds with the news she has slipped on the i...
    4 weeks ago
  • American Life in Poetry: Column 496 BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE One of Grant Wood’s earliest paintings is of a pair of old shoes, and it hangs in the ...
    6 months ago

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