Posts Tagged: duhamel denise

Dollar Bills, Blood, and Bras : Denise Duhamel’s “Ka-ching!”

After reading Duhamel’s Blowout, I wanted to read another collection of hers, to see more of her work, and it turned out that Ka-ching! was a good choice because it’s so different from the former. Yes, the poems are still very much

Dollar Bills, Blood, and Bras : Denise Duhamel’s “Ka-ching!”

After reading Duhamel’s Blowout, I wanted to read another collection of hers, to see more of her work, and it turned out that Ka-ching! was a good choice because it’s so different from the former. Yes, the poems are still very much

New York in Hattiesburg: Notes from the 2014 Moorman Symposium

The last event of the 2014 Moorman Symposium is still ahead of us (a 7pm reading) but I wanted to jot down some of my impressions for you anyway, before the end-of-semester madness takes over again and I forget. Meeting

New York in Hattiesburg: Notes from the 2014 Moorman Symposium

The last event of the 2014 Moorman Symposium is still ahead of us (a 7pm reading) but I wanted to jot down some of my impressions for you anyway, before the end-of-semester madness takes over again and I forget. Meeting

New York School Poetry and The South: 2014 Moorman Symposium

I know I’m not the only one here who’s excited for this year’s Moorman Symposium. This Friday and Saturday, USM’s College of Arts & Letters will be hosting five visiting poets: Billy Collins, David Lehman, Barbara Hamby, Denise Duhamel and

New York School Poetry and The South: 2014 Moorman Symposium

I know I’m not the only one here who’s excited for this year’s Moorman Symposium. This Friday and Saturday, USM’s College of Arts & Letters will be hosting five visiting poets: Billy Collins, David Lehman, Barbara Hamby, Denise Duhamel and

Blowout (Denise Duhamel)

In workshop we’ve been talking about manuscript titles (and how to choose one), and I think Denise Duhamel’s Blowout is well-titled. This is a blowout: The uncontrolled release of a substance (like crude oil — or, in this case, powerful

Blowout (Denise Duhamel)

In workshop we’ve been talking about manuscript titles (and how to choose one), and I think Denise Duhamel’s Blowout is well-titled. This is a blowout: The uncontrolled release of a substance (like crude oil — or, in this case, powerful