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  • Each month, Q&Q visits dingy watering holes, upscale cafés, and other haunts in search of the country’s most beloved book-launch… Read More » The post Bo...
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  • The Academy of American Poets announced today that Sjohnna McCray has won the 2015 Walt Whitman Award for his debut poetry collection,* Rapture*. McCray ...
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  • At “A Night of Philosophy,” more than 60 philosophers will hold forth on knotty problems in logic, ethics, metaphysics and religion
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  • 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...
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  • The Harry Potter author’s new book is based on an inspirational speech she gave to Harvard students. Here are some of the best quotes JK Rowling has some...
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  • Carolyn Guinzio *Process* If I wanted to mention the flowers, I would say the marigolds seem to be kneeling at the feet of the plants that matter more...
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  • I grew up poor. My kids now live in Fairfield County. We all think we're middle-class because we always feel behind
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  • *AFTER THE SOLAN GEESE* To think you slender necked majestic birds, mythical white, were worn as shoes. Split open at the seam and tender female feet urg...
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  • Numéro Cinq Special Correspondent Jeff Bursey has an essay, titled “Cartography Of The Obscene,” in Henry Miller: New Perspectives, a new anthology from Bl...
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  • http://www.therustytoque.com/rusty-talk/gregory-betts-poet-editor-scholar RUSTY TALK WITH GREGORY BETTS Check out this fantastic interview that Tom Cu...
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  • 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...
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  • 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 ...
    5 months ago

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