This excellent collection of poems will be reviewed
in our Fall 2018 magazine issue. [ SUBSCRIBE NOW ]
A poem from this collection…
Here are three superb poems by her:
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Paperback: Stephen F. Austin State UPress, 2018
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Reviewed by Aarik Danielsen
We encounter two sure things in life. Once Tax Day comes and goes each April, we’re left with plenty of time to think about the other one.
There are nearly as many ways of dealing with death as there are living people. My soon-to-be 5-year-old, facing the death of a family member for the first time, asked scores of questions. Some were quite innocent, others surprising: “Do you want me to die?” he asked on an occasion I met with immediate reassurance.
Here are four elegant poems by her…
Like many others during the 1960s, Berrigan’s active protest against the Vietnam War earned him both scorn and admiration. His particular form of militancy and radical spirituality in the service of social and political justice was significant enough, at that time, to “shape the tactics of resistance to the Vietnam War” in the United States. (via Wikipedia)
To celebrate and to encourage us all to read more poetry, here are seven of our favorite poetry collections from the last five years!
Molly McCully Brown
As this weekend is also Easter Weekend, we remember Donne’s death with five poems he wrote about the death and resurrection of Jesus…
In honor of Women’s History Month, here is our recommended list of living women poets that you should be reading and talking about. We read everything we can get our hands on by these poets, and will continue to read and review their work.
These poets are arranged in alphabetical order by their last names…
Elizabeth Alexander is an American poet, essayist, playwright, and the president of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation since 2018. Periviosly she was a professor for 15 years at Yale University, where she taught poetry and chaired the African American Studies department.(via Wikipedia)