by Jill Bialosky • from The Players • Alfred A. Knopf
Jill Bialosky is the author of three previous poetry collections: The End of Desire, Subterranean, and Intruder.
"Nothing known to a boy on the cusp of manhood, to one beloved boy on the cusp of manhood, is beyond the reach of Bialosky’s resilient imagination."
"Keeper, custodian, a traditionalist whose work is stringent, formalist, always elegant: critical judgments on Michael Longley's work fence him round too closely, running the risk of misleading, even discouraging, new readers."
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- Alicia Partnoy, tr. Gail Wronsky
- Jehanne Dubrow
- Caleb Curtiss
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- Ryo Yamaguchi
- Cate Marvin
- Nicky Beer
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- Jynne Dilling Martin
- Dan Rosenberg
- Eleanor Stanford
- Carmelia Leonte, tr. Mihaela Moscaliuc
- Gerald Costanzo, Martha Paterson, Sophie Wirt
- Donald Morrill
Audio recordings of events in our Readings & Conversations and In Pursuit of Cultural Freedom series are available via podcast generally within one week of the event. Selected past Lannan events are also being released periodically in audio and/or video format. We also have rare video interviews with people such as Peter Reading and John Berger.
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David Biespiel introduces poems by Frances Leviston, Mahmoud Darwish and W. S. Merwin.
Andrew McCulloch introduces John Hartley Williams's translation of Rimbaud's "The Drunken Boat."
Ted Kooser presents Robert Hedin's "Raising the Titanic."
The Penguin Book of Russian Poetry, edited by Robert Chandler, Boris Drayluk, and Irina Mashinski, reviewed by Paddy Kehoe.
Carole Rumens introduces Gwyneth Lewis's "Birder."
Susan Mansfield talks with Simon Armitage.
Martin Green, 82
"Paula Meehan: the poet at 60"
Craig Morgan Teicher on Jorie Graham's From the New World: Poems 1976-2014.
Daisy Fried reviews recent collections by Alice Fulton, Jynne Dilling Martin, Katie Ford and Erin Belieu.
As Claudia Emerson's The Opposite House is published, following her death in December, Glenn Dixon talks with the poet's husband, Kent Ippolito.
Claremont Graduate University announces Tufts Poetry Award winners.
"Warning: going down the Frank O'Hara reading rabbit hole can swallow your day."
"When Pound and Yeats Ate a Peacock " MORE