Posts Tagged: poetry

Whosoever Has Let a Minotaur Enter Them (Emily Carr)

First of all, if you’ve never read any of the books from McSweeney’s Poetry Series, you’ve been missing out.

Whosoever Has Let a Minotaur Enter Them (Emily Carr)

First of all, if you’ve never read any of the books from McSweeney’s Poetry Series, you’ve been missing out.

We Have Touchdown!

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
Today, the longest day of the year, my maternal grandmother would have celebrated her 90th birthday. And today, a familiar brown breadbox stopped in our street to drop off my copies of The Knowledge…

We Have Touchdown!

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
Today, the longest day of the year, my maternal grandmother would have celebrated her 90th birthday. And today, a familiar brown breadbox stopped in our street to drop off my copies of The Knowledge…

Free Book Preview

Well, just over a month to go until the official release date for The Knowledge Weapon. As of today, you can download a free preview of the book — I’m glad that Bare Fiction decided to … Source: Free Book

Free Book Preview

Well, just over a month to go until the official release date for The Knowledge Weapon. As of today, you can download a free preview of the book — I’m glad that Bare Fiction decided to … Source: Free Book

(Not) An Easter Poem

I realize by most people, this isn’t thought of as an Easter poem, really, since it was written with a different, specific historical moment in mind (namely the end of WW1), but when I think of spring, and of life

(Not) An Easter Poem

I realize by most people, this isn’t thought of as an Easter poem, really, since it was written with a different, specific historical moment in mind (namely the end of WW1), but when I think of spring, and of life

Spring has Sprung

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
Happy spring, everyone! Look for new poems of mine in these handsome journals: Under the Radar, issue 16, February 2016 (available through Nine Arches Press) and Pittsburgh Poetry Review, issue 2. The poem in…

Spring has Sprung

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
Happy spring, everyone! Look for new poems of mine in these handsome journals: Under the Radar, issue 16, February 2016 (available through Nine Arches Press) and Pittsburgh Poetry Review, issue 2. The poem in…

Writing Resources: 52 and The Daily Poet

At the beginning of this year, I bought two books that I hoped would help me keep up a somewhat regular writing schedule.

Writing Resources: 52 and The Daily Poet

At the beginning of this year, I bought two books that I hoped would help me keep up a somewhat regular writing schedule.

It’s February.

Time for a new blog post. What have I been up to? Well, I have been reading (surprise, surprise).

It’s February.

Time for a new blog post. What have I been up to? Well, I have been reading (surprise, surprise).

Knowledge Weapon Update

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
The Knowledge Weapon is now available for pre-order. Check out the cool cover! I’m getting really excited for May / June and the official launch. Watch this space! And of course, pre-order the book…

Knowledge Weapon Update

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
The Knowledge Weapon is now available for pre-order. Check out the cool cover! I’m getting really excited for May / June and the official launch. Watch this space! And of course, pre-order the book…

Arms, Legs, and Astounded Head: Wislawa Szymborska’s Here

The first book I’ve read this year was a Christmas present, and I have to say it was a very enjoyable read. I’d heard of Wislawa Szymborska before, and read a few of her poems, but until now, not a whole

Arms, Legs, and Astounded Head: Wislawa Szymborska’s Here

The first book I’ve read this year was a Christmas present, and I have to say it was a very enjoyable read. I’d heard of Wislawa Szymborska before, and read a few of her poems, but until now, not a whole

A Girl Named Mary: Incarnadine (Mary Szybist)

Thanks to my friend C, who shared Mary Szybist’s Incarnadine with me! I love getting books in the mail. Especially if I wasn’t expecting any.

A Girl Named Mary: Incarnadine (Mary Szybist)

Thanks to my friend C, who shared Mary Szybist’s Incarnadine with me! I love getting books in the mail. Especially if I wasn’t expecting any.

12 Days of Lit Mag Giving

n+1 Over at the n+1 shop, there are about a dozen different holiday sets. If you’re looking for a bundle of literary advice, new feminist classics, or some basic self-help, n+1 has you covered. HOOT HOOT is a monthly lit…

12 Days of Lit Mag Giving

n+1 Over at the n+1 shop, there are about a dozen different holiday sets. If you’re looking for a bundle of literary advice, new feminist classics, or some basic self-help, n+1 has you covered. HOOT HOOT is a monthly lit…

What I’m Reading: Declan Ryan (Faber New Poets 12)

I picked up some of the Faber New Poets pamphlets at the book fair, and Declan Ryan’s is one of them.

What I’m Reading: Declan Ryan (Faber New Poets 12)

I picked up some of the Faber New Poets pamphlets at the book fair, and Declan Ryan’s is one of them.