David Orr’s Beautiful and Pointless: A Guide to Modern Poetry; Kenneth Goldsmith’s Uncreative Writings
The Poet Laureate Consultant to the Library of Congress talks about spontaneous demonstrations, his hope for poetry, and why he doesn't read criticism anymore.
The best poems in Skin, Inc. have an excellent unconscious feeling, even when the news is bad and Thomas Sayers Ellis knows nobody is going to want to listen.
The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater; Terese Svoboda's Weapons Grade; Bob Hicok's Words for Empty and Words for Full.
In his poems, Mahmoud Darwish greeted even his own name warily, knowing it was something else he'd be forced to leave behind.
Laura Miller's study of C.S. Lewis falls short of providing a coherent theory of Narnia's magic.
Poet Kevin Davies asks: are you better off than you were 13,000 years ago?
What is it about Slovene poetry that has attracted so many American poets?
The Zen reflections in Philip Whalen's poetry have been collected in one beautiful book.