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“This Looked Like Some New Scheme of Villainy . . .”: Ernest Hilbert Reads from Bram Stoker’s Classic at the First Annual Dracuthon Marathon Reading

By On September 27, 2022

I'll be reading from Bram Stoker's classic novel Dracula at the Rosenbach Museum & Library's first annual marathon reading of the book, Draculthon. The all night reading begins on Friday, October 14th… Read More

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Peter Vertacnik Writes about Ernest Hilbert’s Poem “Vertebrate” from the Latest Issue of 32 Poems

By On September 12, 2022

My poem "Vertebrate" appeared in the latest issue of the superb slim magazine 32 Poems, No. 39, Spring/Summer 2022. Among the many good things the magazine provides is a forum for contributors… Read More

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“Vertebrate” by Ernest Hilbert in 32 Poems

By On August 2, 2022

My poem "Vertebrate," which will appear in my book Storm Swimmer (UNT Press, 2023) is in the new issue of the astoundingly good magazine 32 Poems (No. 39, Spring Summer 2022). Many… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert Reads from the “Cyclops” Chapter of James Joyce’s Ulysses for the Rosenbach Library’s Annual Bloomsday

By On June 1, 2022

The Rosenbach Library & Museum's famed Bloomsday is back in person this year, just in time for the 100th anniversary of James Joyce's daunting, celebrated, challenging, and exhilarating modernist masterpiece Ulysses. I… Read More

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“Alchemericana” by Ernest Hilbert

By On April 28, 2022

My poem "Alchemericana" appears alongside another of my poems, "Little Cause," in the latest issue of THINK magazine, Winter/Spring 2022, volume 12.1. … Read More

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“In Paradisum” by Ernest Hilbert Appears in Philadephia Stories Magazine

By On March 25, 2022

My poem “In Paradisum,” which will appear next year in my book Storm Swimmer, appears in the Winter 2022 issue of Philadelphia Stories magazine, available at dozens of cafes, bookstores, and libraries… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert’s Storm Swimmer Selected by Rowan Ricardo Phillips as Winner of the Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry

By On January 18, 2022

It is with considerable delight that I announce that my manuscript for a collection titled Storm Swimmer was selected by Rowan Ricardo Phillips as winner of this year's Vassar Miller Prize in… Read More

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Free Caligulan Tour Shirts

By On January 3, 2022

We have unearthed a long-rumored cache of Caligulan tour shirts (created for my third book) deep in the basement. If you'd like one, please message me directly. I'm happy to send as… Read More

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Join Us at Fergie’s Pub to Celebrate the Publication of John Wall Barger’s New Book, Resurrection Fail, with an All-Star Cast of Readers

By On November 15, 2021

Come on out to Fergie's Pub to help celebrate the publication of E-Verse Equinox host John Wall Barger's latest book, Resurrection Fail, featuring an all-star cast of readers, hosted by the dashing… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert Reads at the George F. Tyler Mansion in Bucks County, Pennsylvania

By On November 5, 2021

I was pleased to be invited to take part in the selection process for this year's Bucks County Poet Laureate competition alongside guest judge Maggie Smith. I will read with this year's… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert Appears on a Special Halloween Episode of Rattlecast

By On October 26, 2021

I'll be appearing this Saturday night, October 30th, 8PM EST, to read some "horror" poems from my book Caligulan as well as a newer poem) on a Halloween episode of Rattlecast, the… Read More

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“Is this Thing On?” on by Ernest Hilbert in the Hopkins Review (NSFW)

By On October 7, 2021

From The Hopkins Review, Volume 14, No. 2, including new sonnets by Terrance Hayes, Spencer Hupp, Paul Bone, Shane McCrae, Craig Santos Perez, and others, as well as Tess Taylor's essay "Buc… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert’s “Last Rites” Appears as the First Installment of the Tollund Press Poetry Broadside Series (with Art by Ian!)

By On September 24, 2021

My poem "Last Rites," which first appeared in The Hudson Review, Autumn 2019, Volume LXXII, No. 3, appears as the first letterpress broadside from the newly founded Tollund Press, accompanied by artwork… Read More

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E-Verse Equinox Returns to Fergie’s Pub with Yezzi, Brookes, and Schnaithmann

By On August 18, 2021

E-Verse Equinox Reading Series is back in person (again)! After a year and a half of enjoyable, far-reaching Zoom events, we are finally back live again at Fergie’s Pub, with the latest… Read More

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“Voltage Crackles at the Edge” by Ernest Hilbert in The Dark Horse

By On July 29, 2021

Three of my poems—"The Study," "Bound Demons," and "Voltage Crackles at the Edge"—appear in the latest issue of The Dark Horse, Summer 2021, Issue 43. Click here to learn more about the… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert’s Spoken-Word Album at Best American Poetry

By On July 22, 2021

Celebrated essayist, critically-acclaimed poet, and genius podcaster Daniel Nester writes about Ernest Hilbert's 2013 spoken-word album Elegies & Laments (Pub Can Records) over at the Best American Poetry blog today, "Poetry on… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert’s “Appeal” Selected as Laureates’ Choice Winner in the 2021 Maria W. Faust Sonnet Contest

By On July 19, 2021

My blank sonnet "Appeal" has been selected as the Laureates' Choice winner in the 2021 Maria W. Faust Sonnet Contest, which is affiliated with the Great River Shakespeare Festival in Minnesota. I… Read More

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Congratulations to Rebecca Wisniewski, Winner of the 2021 Poetry Out Loud Delaware State Championship with Poems by Ernest Hilbert, Emily Dickinson, and Ada Limón

By On April 12, 2021

Congratulations to Rebecca Wisniewski, who won the 2021 Poetry Out Loud Delaware State Championships reading Ernest Hilbert's poem "Domestic Situation" along with poems by Emily Dickinson and Ada Limon. … Read More

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Ernest Hilbert Appears at the 2021 Newburyport Literary Festival

By On April 9, 2021

I'm happy to be appearing for two events at this year's Newburyport Literary Festival. This year's lineup of authors, from novelists to essayists and memoirists to poets, is quite remarkable, including Ann… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert’s NFT Poem “Riddle Me” Listed on OpenSea

By On April 6, 2021

Ernest Hilbert's poem "Riddle Me," written specifically for use as NFT (non-fungible token) art, is available for sale using the cryptocurrency Bitcoin through OpenSea, a peer-to-peer marketplace for rare digital items and… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert Reviews Richard Ovenden’s Burning the Books at The Wall Street Journal

By On February 13, 2021

My review of Richard Ovenden's fabulous book, Burning the Books: A History of the Deliberate Destruction of Knowledge, appears in this weekend's Wall Street Journal. … Read More

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“The Demon” by Ernest Hilbert Appears in the New Raintown Review

By On January 13, 2021

Ernest Hilbert's poems "The Demon," "The Knife," and "Above the Salt Springs" appear in the latest issue of The Raintown Review, Number 1, New Series. Also included in the issue are an… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert’s Poem “Drink Me” Appears in The Moth

By On December 11, 2020

Ernest Hilbert's poem "Drink Me" appears in The Moth, Issue 43, Winter 2020, an issue that includes artwork by Craigie Harper, Sarah Leonard, and Simon Quadrat; cover by Elisa Filomena; interviews with… Read More

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“K 265” by Ernest Hilbert

By On December 6, 2020

" . . . the voice most characteristic of Mr. Hilbert's work sounds something like a punk-rock Wordsworth, or a heavy-metal Milton, melding grandeur and the Grand Guignol, squalor and prophecy, in… Read More

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Three New Poems by Ernest Hilbert in Cassandra Voices

By On October 12, 2020

Three new poems by Ernest Hilbert appear in Cassandra Voices, "Spolia Opima," "Crypt," and "Apollinaris, Medicus Titi Imperatoris hic Cacavit Bene." … Read More

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Three Poems by Ernest Hilbert in the New Issue of Think Magazine

By On October 5, 2020

Ernest Hilbert's poems "Laurel Hill," "EL CONQUISTADOR," and "Rondel" appear in the new issue of Think: A Journal of Poetry, Fiction, and Essays, Summer/Fall 2020, Volume 10.2, under the capable editorship of… Read More

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“In Salt Meadows” by Ernest Hilbert

By On August 23, 2020

My poem “In Salt Meadows” (from a book-in-progress called Storm Swimmer) appears in the latest issue of The Hopkins Review (Volume 13, Number 2, Spring 2020, Johns Hopkins University Press). Blood ark… Read More

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“Pelagic” by Ernest Hilbert

By On June 23, 2020

" . . . the voice most characteristic of Mr. Hilbert's work sounds something like a punk-rock Wordsworth, or a heavy-metal Milton, melding grandeur and the Grand Guignol, squalor and prophecy, in… Read More

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“Saving What We Didn’t Even Know Needed Saving”: Ernest Hilbert Talks to Kevin Young in the New Issue of Fine Books & Collections

By On June 6, 2020

The new issue of Fine Books & Collections magazine (18.3, Summer 2020) contains my profile of Kevin Young. We spoke earlier this year about his work as a poet, essayist, anthologist, book… Read More

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“Scream Queen” by Ernest Hilbert

By On May 20, 2020

Ernest Hilbert's poem "Scream Queen" appears in the latest issue of Smartish Pace, number 27, Spring 2020. … Read More