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Innovating Poetry

Innovating Poetry

by Emma Franklin National Poetry Month is in its eighteenth year and going strong! The Academy of American Poets started NPM as a way to bring awareness about poetry, and that is ...

Tuesday morning lit roundup

At the Atlantic Wire, Danielle Weiner-Bronner argues that David Foster Wallace predicted the advent–and the anxiety of–the selfie in Infinite Jest. And as an added bon...

Poems That Touch You

Poems That Touch You

Poems That Touch You (title in a bookstore) by David Feela, forthcoming in the Aspen Poets’ Society Anthology I’ve read poetry that didn’t touch me, and the truth is R...

“In Defense of War Poetry”

“In Defense of War Poetry”

by Debbie Vance The Curator posted a wonderful essay today: “In Defense of War Poetry” by Brett Beasley. The article was instigated by the current Crimean Conflict (See...

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Michael J Henry reads a poem from Gone West on CPR
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Michael J Henry reads a poem from Gone West, a narrative modern ballet collaboration with Garrett Ammon at Wonderbound. They have more shows this weekend–truly one of the ...

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Discovering Kintsugi: The “Golden Joinery” of Revision
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Discovering Kintsugi: The “Golden Joinery” of Revision a Denver Woman’s Press Club workshop, led by Kathryn Winograd April 26th, 10:00 AM When the favorite Chinese te...


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Living the Life: Tales from America’s Mountains & Ski Towns
Living the Life: Tales from America’s Mountains & Ski Towns

Thinking about my own romance with the alpine world over the years has led me to discover one of the places where cause and effect come together. I may not be able to see this pla...

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Poetry

Active Gods, forthcoming spring 2014
Active Gods, forthcoming spring 2014

Pre-order Active Gods, forthcoming spring 2014, and get a 25% discount on No Stranger Than My Own. In Active Gods, Michael J. Henry examines what it means to be both parent and chi...

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Fiction

Let the Birds Drink in Peace
Let the Birds Drink in Peace

Each of Robert Garner McBrearty’s stories has its own sensibility, but what his characters share is a desire to know how best to live when confronted by unforeseeable chance. Her...

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Conundrum Classics

Letters From a Stranger
Letters From a Stranger

James Tipton is the world’s preeminent surrealist beekeeper. At his home on a high mesa near Grand Junction, Colorado, he bottles 10,000 pounds of honey each year, and writes poe...

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