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Bishop in the Air

Muhldorf, Austria May 1, 2013 Dear Friend, I am writing to you from a small village outside of Vienna. I am here with the artist, Jason Dodge, and others, living the next few days in a castle not far from the Danube river. I’ll be traveling for a month and wanted to keep in touch. [...]

Posted in Free Verse, Poetry

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Sonic Bouquets

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending Joanna Klink’s inaugural reading as the Tin House Writer-in-Residence. Before a packed congregation (the event was held in a church), Joanna delivered a perfect sermon, one that seemingly pulled the crowd closer to her with each line read. The poems she elected to share seemed [...]

Posted in Free Verse, Poetry

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The Killing Fields

Brandon Shimoda is the author of four books of poetry, including Portuguese (Tin House Book/Octopus), O Bon (Litmus Press, 2011), The Girl Without Arms (Black Ocean, 2011), and The Alps (Flim Forum, 2008)—among other solo and collaborative works in print, on cassette, online and on vinyl. He is currently co-editing, with poet Thom Donovan, a retrospective collection of writings by Lebanese-American poet Etel [...]

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Portuguese by Brandon Shimoda

Brandon Shimoda is the author of four books of poetry, including Portuguese (Tin House Book/Octopus), O Bon (Litmus Press, 2011), The Girl Without Arms (Black Ocean, 2011), and The Alps (Flim Forum, 2008)—among other solo and collaborative works in print, on cassette, online and on vinyl. He is currently co-editing, with poet Thom Donovan, a retrospective collection of writings by Lebanese-American poet Etel Adnan [...]

Posted in Poetry

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An Open Bar Round Up: The Poetic World

A selection of our favorite poetry related posts from 2012.

Posted in General, Poetry

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On The Ineptitude of Certain Hurricanes

From Issue 52, Cate Marvin

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Talk Nerdy To Me

From Issue 38, Matthew Dickman

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Half is Just Enough to Make Sure You Will Eat Another Someday

From Issue 41, Cat Richardson

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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One Touch in Seven Octaves

From Issue 27, Vera Pavlova

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Excuse Poem

From Issue 36, Oliver De La Paz

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Miracle Of The Black Leg

From Issue 47, Natasha Trethewey

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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All My Wives

From Issue 31, Cate Marvin

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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What If You’d Gone Anyway?

From Issue 39, Tracy K. Smith

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Pheromone

From Issue 9, Nick Flynn

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Minotaur

From Issue 34, Peter Kline

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Pride and Prejudice: The Game

From Issue 26, Maura Stanton

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Time Like a Fallen Horse

From Issue 27, Bei Ling

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Letters to a Shithead Friend

From Issue 38, Rebecca Lehman

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Your Horoscope

From Issue 33, Jane Avrich

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Minotaur, No Maze

From Issue 28, Matthea Harvey

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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The Universe Is a House Party

From Issue 39, Tracy K. Smith

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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Illustrated Guide to Familiar American Trees

From Issue 30, Charlie Smith

Posted in From The Vault, Poetry

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