Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Care & Feeding of Long Poems (AWP 2012)

The AWP conference is coming, and I’m moderating a panel on the long poem and sequence. Here’s the info on the event and a description.  If you happen to be in Chicago… The Care & Feeding of Long Poems (Adam Penna, … Continue reading

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On Poetry and Childlessness

Rilke speaks in his letters about the loneliness of childhood, and I think this Romantic notion of that state is generally accepted by most artists.  And there is something to be said about the long stretches of boredom–at least, it … Continue reading

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