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Kathleen Rooney, on Let There Be LightView Post

Kathleen Rooney, on Let There Be Light

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Naomi Shihab Nye, on Let There Be LightView Post

Naomi Shihab Nye, on Let There Be Light

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Let There Be LightThere is something impossibly quixotic about this “project” of ritualizing through the lyric poem…View Post

Let There Be Light

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PunchlineMy debut full-length, Punchline, a National Poetry Series finalist, is out now from Gold Wake Press.View Post

Punchline

My debut full-length, Punchline, a National Poetry Series finalist, is out now from Gold Wake Press.

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ltbl testThere is something impossibly quixotic about this “project” of ritualizing through the lyric poem…View Post

ltbl test

There is something impossibly quixotic about this “project” of ritualizing through the lyric poem…

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Let There Be LightThere is something impossibly quixotic about this “project” of ritualizing through the lyric poem…View Post

Let There Be Light

There is something impossibly quixotic about this “project” of ritualizing through the lyric poem…

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Year One, by Franz Wright

Year One

 
I was still standing
on a northern corner.

Moonlit winter clouds the color of the desperation of wolves.

Proof
of Your existence? There is nothing
but.

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The Next Big Thing: remember chain mail?  This is that, but for writers.The Next Big Thingis a pretty cool self-interview situation in which one author tags five other…View Postshared via WordPress.com

The Next Big Thing: remember chain mail? This is that, but for writers.

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Robinson Alone and Kees Remembered: An Interview with Author Kathleen RooneyLiterature and art and music have a long and storied (sordid?) history of key characters offing…View Postshared via WordPress.com

Robinson Alone and Kees Remembered: An Interview with Author Kathleen Rooney

Literature and art and music have a long and storied (sordid?) history of key characters offing…

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Mother Ginger and The Nutcracker: An Interview with Jenna Bush HagerEvery year at the Long Center is one of the most worthwhile pieces of what some would call “high…View Postshared via WordPress.com

Mother Ginger and The Nutcracker: An Interview with Jenna Bush Hager

Every year at the Long Center is one of the most worthwhile pieces of what some would call “high…

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Discovering the Afterlife and the Democracy of 7-Eleven: An Interview with Poet Dorothea LaskySome of the greatest, most insightful, most dangerous, and most damn interesting writing happening…View Postshared via WordPress.com

Discovering the Afterlife and the Democracy of 7-Eleven: An Interview with Poet Dorothea Lasky

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A Feature Interview with Michael Pollan, Best-Selling Author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma and Other Great BooksThere’s no shortage of great nonfiction books, but not too often does an author have a significant…View Postshared via WordPress.com

A Feature Interview with Michael Pollan, Best-Selling Author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma and Other Great Books

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Divine Fits and Substitute Teaching: An Interview with Spoon’s Britt DanielSpoonis the epitome of a sure thing. Every couple years they release a new album of understated pop…View Postshared via WordPress.com

Divine Fits and Substitute Teaching: An Interview with Spoon’s Britt Daniel

Spoonis the epitome of a sure thing. Every couple years they release a new album of understated pop…

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