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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

Boy with Red Hair: David Lehman’s New and Selected Poems

David Lehman wears hats. Several. Metaphorically and literally. I’ve already mentioned David Lehman’s Last Avant-Garde (his book about the New York School poets) a few times in my posts on Ashbery, Koch, O’Hara and Schuyler, and you may have come across

Boy with Red Hair: David Lehman’s New and Selected Poems

David Lehman wears hats. Several. Metaphorically and literally. I’ve already mentioned David Lehman’s Last Avant-Garde (his book about the New York School poets) a few times in my posts on Ashbery, Koch, O’Hara and Schuyler, and you may have come across

Kenneth Koch: Is there No One who Feels like a Pair of Pants?

First off, Kenneth Koch’s last name is pronounced like this: [coke] Yep, he sounds just like the soda. And as David Lehman points out in his book on the New York School of Poets, The Last Avant-Garde, the parallels don’t stop there.

Kenneth Koch: Is there No One who Feels like a Pair of Pants?

First off, Kenneth Koch’s last name is pronounced like this: [coke] Yep, he sounds just like the soda. And as David Lehman points out in his book on the New York School of Poets, The Last Avant-Garde, the parallels don’t stop there.