A Political and Literary Forum
Two recent books, works of collage and fragmented biography, bring Czech masterworks to new readers.
Alan Felsenhal’s striking debut collection, Lowly, achieves something like early modern surrealism.
Hackers, the Swedish poet Aase Berg's latest collection, depicts the feeling of late capitalism.
Vievee Francis's sensuously lyrical poetry, written against a backdrop of ecopolitical crisis, is wild for survival.
New poetry from Andre Bradley, Barbara Claire Freeman, Maureen N. McLane, Gabrielle Calvocoressi, and Amy King.
Morgan Parker's intimate poems complicate the public discourse on black women.
Remembering John Ashbery
We have lost a poet of exceptional sensitivity, sophistication, and grace.
Timothy Donnelly, BK Fischer, Stefania Heim
Mónica de la Torre’s new book, The Happy End / All Welcome, is expansive, inventive, and often hilarious.
The collected poems of Frank Bidart provide an incisive index of the latter half of the twentieth century.
On the poetry of Melissa Range.
Susan Howe's Debths is the culminating gesture of her remarkable career.
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