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January Poetry Blitz: Joanna Solfrian

We Arrive Home After a Film Whose beneficence this is, it’s difficult to say— but when the inconsistent moon hoovers in the sky and casts its ghostly light on the two of us, we stand transfixed, beside the car, still … Continue reading

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Gray Jacobik’s “Little Boy Blue”

Is poetry true? That has been an awkward question since my poems sound so autobiographical. I often start with memories then freely invent to round out a story that would be only a fragment if I stuck to the journalistic … Continue reading

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American Duende

Half a dozen years ago, I commuted from Woodstock down to Soho once a week for a workshop at the old Poet’s House that had caught my eye, “American Duende.” I wasn’t disappointed. Our course packet from the instructor, which … Continue reading

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