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As if with a singular vision: A review of ‘Electronic Corpse: Poems from a Digital Salon,’ edited by M. Ayodele Heath

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Reviewed by Scott Woods

As a communal poet experimentalist and an organizer or poetry events for many years, I’ve learned that even when the goal of a public art project is to be open and encompassing of all willing to … Continue reading

Your Invitation to the Wake: For Alexandra Petri, After Her Article, ‘Is Poetry Dead?’

By Tatyana Brown

The Tuesday afternoon after Obama was inaugurated for his second term (the same day The Washington Post published your thoughts on Richard Blanco and the state of certain fields of contemporary literature), I taught a poetry … Continue reading

They Got the Guns, But we Got the Numbers: Why Radius Will Continue to Submit to the Pushcart Prize

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By Victor D. Infante

There is a manner in which you chew too long on irrelevant questions, the way you feel obliged to answer them, but find instead a stuttering nothing lodged in your throat, a stammer as you begin … Continue reading

La Revolución Will Not Be Reviewed In The New York Times

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By Rich Villar

Disclaimers:

I’m a poet. I talk a lot about poems. I realize that the argument is about literature in general.

You will also notice a lot of politics in this essay.

These … Continue reading