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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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“The Cricket” by Joshua Eric Williams

By On October 12, 2020

Joshua Eric Williams is from Carrollton, GA. He graduated with an MFA in Poetry from Western Colorado University in August of this year. His poetry has appeared in Measure, Frogpond, Modern Haiku,… Read More

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“Vespers” by Louise Glück

By On October 8, 2020

Louise Glück has been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature for “her unmistakable poetic voice that with austere beauty makes individual existence universal.”Glück is also a Pulitzer Prize and National Book… Read More

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“Everything is Going to Be All Right” by Derek Mahon

By On October 2, 2020

Derek Mahon, a giant in Irish poetry, has died at the age of 78. He was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and was part of an extraordinary generation of Northern Irish poets… Read More

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“When I Heard My Childhood Name Called Out” by John Wall Barger

By On September 28, 2020

John Wall Barger’s poems and critical writing have appeared in American Poetry Review, Kenyon Review, The Hopkins Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Rattle, The Cincinnati Review, Poetry Ireland Review, and Best of the… Read More

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“The Avocado Season is Over” by Indran Amirthanayagam

By On September 17, 2020

Indran Amirthanayagam, (Sri Lanka/United States) (www.indranmx.com) writes in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Haitian Creole. He has published nineteen poetry collections and recorded a spoken word album Rankont Dout. He edits The… Read More

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“Poem for a Daughter” by Anne Stevenson

By On September 14, 2020

Anne Stevenson, one of the United Kingdom's leading poets, passed away  this morning. Though she was born in England, Stevenson spent much of her formative years in the United States and actually… Read More

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“Trending” by Jane Greer

By On August 27, 2020

Jane Greer is the author of Love like a Conflagration (Lambing Press, 2020). She founded and edited Plains Poetry Journal (1981-1993), a literary magazine that was an advance guard of the New… 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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“Eden Imagined and Exotic” by Joanne Leva

By On July 24, 2020

Author of the poetry collection, Eve Heads Back, forthcoming from Kelsay Books (Oct 2020), and Eve Would Know (Kelsay Books, 2017), Joanne Leva is founder and Executive Director of the Montgomery County… Read More

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“[Getting between the dark hours]” by Roberta Santlofer

By On July 13, 2020

Roberta “Bobby” Santlofer (1943-2020) was a mother of sons, an avid reader, and a poet. A posthumous collection of her poetry is forthcoming.… Read More

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“Driving in the Slow Lane” by Lynn Levin

By On July 9, 2020

Lynn Levin’s most recent poetry collection, The Minor Virtues, is listed as one of Spring 2020’s best books by The Philadelphia Inquirer. Her previous collections include Miss Plastique, Fair Creatures of… Read More

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“America” by Claude McKay

By On July 4, 2020

Claude McKay, a Jamaican born writer and poet, was a major figure in the Harlem Renaissance. In fact, his poetry collection Harlem Shadows (1922) is often cited as the beginning of the… Read More

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“Micha-el” by Jane Greer

By On May 26, 2020

Jane Greer is the author of Love like a Conflagration (Lambing Press, 2020). She founded and edited Plains Poetry Journal (1981-1993), a literary magazine that was an advance guard of the New… Read More

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“Like Father” by Rory Waterman

By On May 17, 2020

Rory Waterman was born in Ireland in 1981, and lives in Nottingham, England, where he works at Nottingham Trent University. His first collection of poetry, Tonight the Summer's Over (Carcanet, 2013), was… Read More

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“The Basilisk” by Rick Mullin

By On May 15, 2020

Rick Mullin’s poetry has appeared in various journals and anthologies, including The Dark Horse, American Arts Quarterly, The New Criterion, Measure, and Rabbit Ears: TV Poems. His books include Soutine (Dos Madres… Read More

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“The Consummate Hour” by Lynn Levin

By On May 4, 2020

Lynn Levin's most recent poetry collection, The Minor Virtues, islisted as one of Spring 2020’s best books by The Philadelphia Inquirer. Her previous collections include Miss Plastique, Fair Creatures of an… Read More

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“Dovecote” by Vasiliki Katsarou

By On April 27, 2020

Vasiliki Katsarou’s new chapbook, Three Sea Stones, is out this month, by Lucia Press. She is the author of a full-length poetry collection, Memento Tsunami, and co-editor of two contemporary poetry anthologies… Read More

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“Letter From Oblivion” by Eric Norris

By On April 24, 2020

Eric Norris’ poems have appeared in, around, and at Impossible Archetype, Soft Blow, Assaracus, The Raintown Review, Ambit, E-Verse Radio, and many other fine journals. He lives in Portland, Oregon, USA.… Read More

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“Rock Zealots in my Religion Class” by Joseph Chelius

By On April 17, 2020

Joseph Chelius works as an editorial director for a health care communications agency in the suburbs of Philadelphia. His work has appeared in Commonweal, Christianity & Literature, Poetry East, Poet Lore,… Read More

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Ernest Hilbert’s “Great Bay Estuary” Featured on “How a Poem Happens”

By On April 11, 2020

My poem "Great Bay Estuary," from the collection Last One Out, is featured in the "How a Poem Happens" interview series, hosted by Brian Brodeur. … Read More

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“A Failed Georgic” by Jenna Le

By On April 8, 2020

Jenna Le is the author of A History of the Cetacean American Diaspora (Indolent Books, 2018), which won 2nd Place in the Elgin Awards. and Six Rivers (NYQ Books, 2011). She was… Read More

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“Simile Illogic” by Jesse Waters

By On April 7, 2020

A winner of the River Styx International Poetry Contest, runner-up for the Iowa Review Fiction Prize and Finalist in The Starcherone Prize, the DIAGRAM Innovative Fiction Prize and the Paul Bowles Fiction… Read More

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“Snout to Tail” by Robert Donohue

By On April 1, 2020

Robert Donohue's poetry has appeared in Measure, The Raintown Review and Better Than Starbucks, among others, The Red Harlem Readers gave his verse play, In One Piece (about Vincent Van Gogh),… Read More

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“Achilles Recounts the Sacrifice of Iphigenia” by Louisa Schnaithmann

By On March 25, 2020

Louisa Schnaithmann is a poet living in the greater Philadelphia area. Her work has been published in Menacing Hedge, Projector Magazine, Rogue Agent, and Voicemail Poems. Her poem “On the Problem of… Read More

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“Fixing Broken Things” by Lynn Levin

By On March 24, 2020

Lynn Levin's most recent poetry collection, The Minor Virtues, is listed as one of Spring 2020’s best books by The Philadelphia Inquirer. Her previous collections include Miss Plastique, Fair Creatures of… Read More

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“Eloquence” by James Arthur

By On March 16, 2020

"An entrenched strangeness exists in Arthur's work, derived not from linguistic hijinks but from common observations ... his tone is casual and confident, the effect slightly off-frame or out of focus, yet… Read More

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“What Was” by Tamara Oakman

By On February 4, 2020

Tamara Oakman, a neo-confessional writer and also English, writing, ESL and humanities professor, has had work appear in such magazines as Many Mountains Moving, Philadelphia Stories and Best of Anthology, Mad Poets… Read More

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“New Year Poem” by Philip Larkin

By On December 31, 2019

"A poetry from which even people who distrust poetry, most people, can take comfort and delight." - X.J. Kennedy … Read More

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“Broad and Washington” by Ernest Hilbert

By On December 28, 2019

The BU Literary Society was founded as BU Students for Literary Awareness in the fall of 1997, under the leadership of Jennifer Herron. The group's original members meant to publish a magazine… Read More