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  • "I write pretty good poetry most of the time, and that's what I want to do." Nikki Giovanni responds to the notion of being a living legend and shares st...
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  • Her genius continues to inspire all manner of new artistic work, but far too much of it fixates on her suicide over the vivid life of her fiction Virgini...
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  • The Writers’ Trust of Canada has named Vancouver poet Alessandra Naccarato winner of the 2015 RBC Bronwen Wallace Award for… Read More »
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  • 1. What It’s Like Living Here — Richard Farrell in San Diego, CA 2. The Senses of an Ending: The Grapes of Wrath, Novel and Film — Patrick J. Keane 3. A ...
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  • Ms. Atwood provided the first work in the "Future Library" project taking place in Oslo.
    23 hours ago
  • Writing is lonely. Writing together has deepened our friendship -- not to mention cutting the workload in half!
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  • Zulfikar Ghose rediscovers the work of Theodore Roethke: *There are some reputations that fall into cryonic hibernation and are brought back to life when...
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  • Lane Falcon *Compass* I’ll roll up the road behind you, child, not so no one follows, nothing skips beside you but the leaves— so you can bury your...
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  • Thanks to everyone who came along and supported the launch of Magma 61 at the London Review Bookshop on Friday (15th May). We heard from a great mix of poe...
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  • It’s not that we’re still hungover from our grand farewell party, but we are in a way still recovering. On March 25th, 2015, about 300 people crowded in to...
    3 weeks 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...
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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 ...
    7 months ago

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