Ange Mlinko is poetry editor of The Nation and the author of four collections of poetry, including Marvelous Things Overheard (FSG, 2013). Her poems and criticism have appeared in The Nation, Poetry, Paris Review, Granta, London Review of Books and numerous other journals. In 2009 she was the recipient of the Poetry Foundation’s Randall Jarrell Award for Criticism, and in 2014 she was named a Guggenheim Fellow. She is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Florida, Gainesville.
Drawing a line between poetry and the political has never been simple.
Saving the venerable NYPL… cooperation, not capitalism… a jewel in the dross… you could look it up…
How was Emily Dickinson able to be frugal and fruitful in her art?
Denise Levertov’s poetic communion with the world.
Paul Hoover’s second edition of Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology.