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American poetry

Wet Verse at The New Yorker

From “Water Images of The New Yorker,” by Charles Bernstein. Bernstein’s study was distributed to participants at a poetry seminar held in June at the Kootenay School of Writing in…

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Death to the death of poetry

A response to the elegists

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Poetize or bust

Poetry isn't what it used to be, but then it never was

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Poets on the fringe

The breadth of sensibility

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