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An Interview with Don Share (Poet, Translator, & Senior Editor of Poetry Magazine)

An Interview with Don Share (Poet, Translator, & Senior Editor of Poetry Magazine)

If you were new to contemporary American poetry and asked me what you should do to learn more, I'd tell you to follow Don Share on Twitter. Yes, Twitter.
An Interview with Poet Betsy Sholl

An Interview with Poet Betsy Sholl

So I was in the process of moving from Portland, Oregon to Portland, Maine. During my last weekend in Oregon, I brought ten boxes of books to Powell's City of Books to trade-in for a few hundred dollars in store credit, a Powell's baseball cap, and the latest issue of...
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An Interview with Poet D.A. Powell

An Interview with Poet D.A. Powell

It was kind of torturous — having to work all week while just miles away the Tin House Writers Workshop blazed through its summer schedule of lectures, readings, and discussions. I couldn't take it anymore, so one day I took an extra-long lunch break and headed over...
An Interview with Poet Gibson Fay-LeBlanc

An Interview with Poet Gibson Fay-LeBlanc

I first met poet Gibson Fay-LeBlanc last Spring at The Space Gallery in Portland, Maine where he was celebrating the publication of his debut collection Death of a Ventriloquist, winner of the Vassar Miller Prize for 2012. As I recall, it was a weeknight, rainy, windy, chilly. All the usual factors that’d deaden any event, especially a poetry...
Skyping w/ Matthew Zapruder: Poetry's Place in the Internet Age

Skyping w/ Matthew Zapruder: Poetry’s Place in the Internet Age

Last spring, I interviewed award-winning poet and editor Matthew Zapruder for YRTEOP.COM. At the same time, I also set up an interview for BookBaby president Brian Felsen with Zapruder at the LA Times Festival of Books. Something fell through that weekend...
C.D. Wright: One Big Self

C.D. Wright: One Big Self

Lists of things, things to do, things to remember—and what you wish you didn’t know. Direct and simple cataloguing, yet it feels as if the letters are burning as you read them. Then there are poems, one on the life of an older prisoner, one on the different names of prisoners and their daily work....
An Interview with Poet Matthew Zapruder

An Interview with Poet Matthew Zapruder

A few years back, in the middle of a West Coast tour, my band played a show in San Francisco with a guy named Michael Zapruder (and his band  Michael Zapruder’s Rain of Frogs). Nice guy. Great tunes– one of which, “Haymaker Market,” got stuck in my head for probably 3 months. For me, the...
An Interview with Poet Carol Ann Davis

An Interview with Poet Carol Ann Davis

If Carol Ann Davis is correct in saying a poet must strike a "heart open" posture similar to that of a yoga practitioner, I don't imagine her writing routine involves a whole lot of lying around. She's a graceful contortionist, and while some have called Davis' writing "worshipful," it's certainly not an easily-won bliss
Robert Pinsky's POEMJAZZ

Robert Pinsky’s POEMJAZZ

I’ll admit I’m a bit of a lazy poetry reader. When I read novels I’m ok with a 1200-page epic (Game of Thrones!) now and again, but when it comes to poetry, I want brevity! (Admit it; so do you.) If a poem sprawls onto a 2nd page, ok– fine. If it runs more than 4...
Adrienne Rich: Tonight No Poetry Will Serve

Adrienne Rich: Tonight No Poetry Will Serve

I remember, as if it were yesterday, reading "Diving into the Wreck" for the first time. Just as vividly, I recall the first time I heard a reading of "What Kind of Times Are These." Today I learned that Adrienne Rich passed away.
Poets Ted Kooser and Jim Harrison In Conversation

Poets Ted Kooser and Jim Harrison In Conversation

Baroque is a word that will never spring to mind in connection with Ted Kooser-- instead, plain spoken or direct. But not completely. In addition to the quiet openness of Kooser’s poems are his subtle insights into the vagaries of human activities.
An Interview with Poet Christopher Hennessy

An Interview with Poet Christopher Hennessy

In the past couple weeks, Christopher Hennessy has had a poem featured on Poetry Daily and his debut collection Love-In-Idleness has been named as a finalist for the Thom Gunn Award for Gay Poetry. I thought it'd be a good time to ask Christopher a few questions, and he was kind enough to answer them....
Wrestling with Arda Collins, Part 3: A Look at "Low" and "Pool #13"

Wrestling with Arda Collins, Part 3: A Look at “Low” and “Pool #13″

In part 3 of this strange and wandering series of posts about the poetry of Arda Collins, I'm going to look more closely at her poem "Low," which first appeared in The New Yorker on June 2, 2008. And then we'll glance quickly at "Pool #13" from her collection It Is Daylight.
Poet Mark Strand Interviewed on Here & Now

Poet Mark Strand Interviewed on Here & Now

Mark Strand, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and describer of all things chilly or absent, appeared yesterday on NPR's Here & Now to discuss his latest collection Almost Invisible. Coincidentally or not...
Winners and Judges of the Griffin Poetry Prize

Winners and Judges of the Griffin Poetry Prize

The Griffin Poetry Prize is the world’s largest annual prize for a first edition single collection of poetry written in, or translated into English. Two $65k prizes are awarded each year-- one to a living Canadian poety, and an international prize granted to a living English-language poet from any country in the world (which can...
The Waste Land: The iPad App

The Waste Land: The iPad App

We all know that April is the cruelest month. It's also National Poetry Month (at least for the US and Canada; the UK has to wait until October). So, that gives you a couple weeks yet to prepare... May I suggest you get into the spirit of things with an iPad app?
Waiting for "Pitch" by Poet Todd Boss

Waiting for “Pitch” by Poet Todd Boss

I've been doing a lot of waiting lately-- living out of a suitcase while I travel for work, waiting for the next destination; waiting for my dad to go into isolation in the hospital for a 17-day procedure; waiting and passing the time with him in his room; waiting for various results; waiting to hear...
Making a Film From Nick Flynn's "Another Bullshit Night in Suck City"

Making a Film From Nick Flynn’s “Another Bullshit Night in Suck City”

I'm just finishing Nick Flynn's first collection of poems Some Ether, which won the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award in 2000. The book is incredible, but I'm pacing myself a bit.
Nicelle Davis and The Living Poetry Project

Nicelle Davis and The Living Poetry Project

Poetry isn’t always found in books or being slammed from a stage. Poet and teacher Nicelle Davis is trying to underscore that fact. As agent provocateur she has embarked on The Living Poetry Project.
Poet Wislawa Szymborska: On Death, Without Exaggeration

Poet Wislawa Szymborska: On Death, Without Exaggeration

Czelaw Milosz told the story of a group of famous Polish poets riding to another poet's funeral, speeding actually, who were stopped by the police. When the officer recognized two of the poets, Milosz himself and Wislawa Symborska,...
Poet Christian Wiman: Given a God More Playful

Poet Christian Wiman: Given a God More Playful

I've made no secret of my Poetry Foundation fandom. Poetry Off the Shelf is my favorite podcast since the invention of podcasts (with the POETRY Magazine podcast a close 2nd); their website and the Harriet blog are, like, awesome; and I've been reading POETRY pretty religiously for about 4 years.
Winners of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

Winners of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

Except for one year following WWII, the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry has been awarded every year since 1922 to honor an exceptional collection of original verse by an American poet. Below is a list of winners by year, broken up by decade. Did they have it bad for Edwin Arlington Robinson, or what?
Poet Louise Glück: LOST LOVE's Tiny Pendant of Iron

Poet Louise Glück: LOST LOVE’s Tiny Pendant of Iron

Last week I posted about Yusef Komunyakaa's "Facing It" and the kind of surface sadness we can experience as emotional tourists (or readers of a poem). I said of this feeling: It’s not that kind of deep, inexpressible sadness which pulls like a magnet on the heart throughout a lifetime.
Poet Kim Addonizio & the Intense Beauty of Words

Poet Kim Addonizio & the Intense Beauty of Words

The body and all it’s pleasures, difficulties, and disappointments lives and breathes in her work; not just the body but all our passionate encounters, as well as our physical and psychological maneuverings.
Yusef Komunyakaa Visits the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Yusef Komunyakaa Visits the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

I cry easily: at movies -- while listening to records -- I cry occasionally while reading, though the teary eyes make the reading tougher. And perhaps not surprisingly, I cry at places too: Ground Zero, Gettysburg, Nuremberg, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
The Weekly Paraphrase: 7 Days of Poetry News in Under 60 Seconds

The Weekly Paraphrase: 7 Days of Poetry News in Under 60 Seconds

After much controversy over the prize's new hedge-fund sugardaddy (where 2 nominated poets pulled out of the running), someone has finally won the T.S. Eliot Prize. Scottish poet John Burnside took home the prize and £15,000 for his collection Black Cat Bone.
A Couple of Horses: Ted Kooser & Maxine Kumin

A Couple of Horses: Ted Kooser & Maxine Kumin

Before I'd ever read a single word of Maxine Kumin's poetry, she was, in my mind, linked with horses. In the anthology where I first encountered her work, there was a picture of Kumin standing next to a horse and a dog. All the other photos in the anthology were of solitary poets...
Wrestling with Arda Collins, Part 2: "Garden Apartments"

Wrestling with Arda Collins, Part 2: “Garden Apartments”

A few weeks ago, I realized that there was something -- strange -- about Arda Collins' It Is Daylight that kept pulling me back in. But her voice was so unlike other poets that I've returned to over the years; it got me wondering-- what exactly do I like about these poems?
Poet Paul Merchant: Not a Time Machine in Sight

Poet Paul Merchant: Not a Time Machine in Sight

The affinities in these poems are sympathies evoked about various poets, and range from the Roman poet Cattulus (1st century B.C.), and Count Borromeo III (from 16th cen. Italy), to the medieval Japanese printmaker Hokusai.
The Weekly Paraphrase: 7 Days of Poetry News in Under 60 Seconds

The Weekly Paraphrase: 7 Days of Poetry News in Under 60 Seconds

Noteworthy occurrences in the wide world of poetry-- for the week ending January 14th, 2012.
An Interview with Poet Sandra Beasley

An Interview with Poet Sandra Beasley

I have the closing of Borders Books to thank for my first encounter with Sandra Beasley. During the last week of their Going-Out-of-Business sale, when you could pretty much just walk out the door with books, I thought I'd go on a shopping spree through their poetry section.
Criticism and Identity: Who Needs Poetry Anthologies?

Criticism and Identity: Who Needs Poetry Anthologies?

If truth be told, the recent fracas between Helen Vendler and Rita Dove (and the many poets who are tentatively choosing sides) over Dove's editing of The Penguin Anthology of Twentieth-Century American Poetry has got me a little worried about my own aesthetic prejudices.