Posts Tagged: dickinson emily

E.D. Liberations

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
Please help me welcome my new chapbook into the world! As of today, E.D. Liberations is available for pre-order from Dancing Girl Press. This collection of erasures channels the fierce woman hidden inside Emily…

E.D. Liberations

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
Please help me welcome my new chapbook into the world! As of today, E.D. Liberations is available for pre-order from Dancing Girl Press. This collection of erasures channels the fierce woman hidden inside Emily…

Liberating & Confabulating

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
One of my superhero poems, “Jennifer Walter Remembers,” appeared in Rabbit Catastrophe Review #14. The issue is stunning in itself, what with the hand-printed cover, the hand-sewn binding, and a delightfully smooth choice of…

Liberating & Confabulating

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
One of my superhero poems, “Jennifer Walter Remembers,” appeared in Rabbit Catastrophe Review #14. The issue is stunning in itself, what with the hand-printed cover, the hand-sewn binding, and a delightfully smooth choice of…

Are You a Homelandsexual?

…you know, I thought I’d ask. Just between us. No need to blush, I won’t tell. If you’re not sure what you are, you might find Patricia Lockwood’s Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals enlightening. If you’re just looking for a lively book of poems

Are You a Homelandsexual?

…you know, I thought I’d ask. Just between us. No need to blush, I won’t tell. If you’re not sure what you are, you might find Patricia Lockwood’s Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals enlightening. If you’re just looking for a lively book of poems

telling it slant: happy birthday ED!

i just wanted to point out an interesting resource to you, on the occasion of emily dickinson’s 180th birthday (dec.10th) – the emily dickinson lexicon. (http://edl.byu.edu/) it pairs up every single word ED uses in her poetry with the matching

telling it slant: happy birthday ED!

i just wanted to point out an interesting resource to you, on the occasion of emily dickinson’s 180th birthday (dec.10th) – the emily dickinson lexicon. (http://edl.byu.edu/) it pairs up every single word ED uses in her poetry with the matching