Miniature Book Collection, Sweet Briar College
by Graham Hillard • from The Sewanee Review
Graham Hillard has contributed previously to the Sewanee Review and to 32 Poems, Image, Notre Dame Review, and numerous other journals.
The Sewanee Review
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"The Poem that Foretold Modernism"
Elaine Scarry's Naming Thy Name: Cross Talk in Shakespeare's Sonnets reviewed by Matthew Harrison.
Kaveh Akbar interviews Dana Levin.
Paul Muldoon's Selected Poems, 1968–2014 reviewed by Christopher Spaide.
Recent collections by Marisa Cappetta, Simone Kaho, Katherine Mansfield, and Adrienne Jansen surveyed by Siobhan Harvey.
Life in Suspension / La Vie Suspendue, by Hélène Cardona, reviewed by J. C. Hallman.
"Native poet speaks the language of Standing Rock"
My Lost Poets: A Life in Poetry, by Philip Levine, reviewed by Gillie Collins.
Nina MacLaughlin reviews Float, by Anne Carson, and My Private Property, by Mary Ruefle.
Andrew McCulloch introduces Natalya Gorbanevskaya's "O my poor Europe," translated by G. S. Smith.
Jason Guriel on Hammer Is the Prayer: Selected Poems and "how Christian Wiman made poetry matter."
Jason Guriel on "how Christian Wiman made poetry matter." MORE