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Reviews Book Review: - Updike'
Posted by mamta on Friday, April 18, 2014 (14:27:07)

Updike called it his "relentless domestic realism," and it reached its apogee in the four Rabbit novels about everyman Harry "Rabbit" Angstrom, each one set in a different decade against the backdrop of a changing America, from the 1950s through the ‘80s. - See more at: www.northjersey.com/ar...ab.dpuf...

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News in Poetry 'Ask Me: 100 Essential Poems' invites a new generation of readers to discover Wi
Posted by Ozymandias on Saturday, April 12, 2014 (00:04:16)

William Stafford was one of America’s most gifted and best-loved poets. His writing – part prayer, part praise, and part protest – resonated deeply with many readers who found in him a kindred spirit and an indispensable guide.Link!

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Reviews Book review: Ed Madden's 'Nest'
Posted by mamta on Wednesday, April 09, 2014 (15:41:52)

Poetry News: If you attended the TEDx Conference here in January and were lucky enough to see Ed Madden's presentation, you already know the power of his poetry.

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News in Poetry Poetry for National Poetry Month
Posted by Ozymandias on Saturday, April 05, 2014 (23:25:58)

As a former Santa Barbara Poet Laureate, and a book reviewer for The S.B. Independent, I wanted to do something special for the 2014 edition of National Poetry Month (i.e., April). I decided to write one review for every day of the month.Link!

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Reviews Letter Composed During a Lull in the Fighting by Kevin Powers
Posted by mamta on Wednesday, April 02, 2014 (16:41:19)

Poetry News:

"I am home and whole, so to speak," writes Kevin Powers in his debut poetry collection.



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Reviews Book review: Translations From Bark Beetle: Poems, Jody Gladding
Posted by mamta on Wednesday, April 02, 2014 (16:29:10)

Poetry News: Translations From Bark Beetle , by Jody Gladding of East Calais, is more than a simple collection of poetry.

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News in Poetry Duh, It's Postmodern Poetry
Posted by Ozymandias on Wednesday, April 02, 2014 (04:51:24)

Jon Rutzmoser’s thin book of poetry packed with thick descriptions of dicks, dire and dramatic Oedipal complexes, heavy-petting psychoanalytic theory references, and Disneyland descriptors made me laugh, pissed me off, had me rolling my eyes, and had me wondering what it means to write poetry today.Link!

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Reviews Book Review: 'How To Dance As The Roof Caves In'
Posted by mamta on Friday, March 28, 2014 (15:39:09)

Poetry News: Making poetry out of something as messy as the recent housing crisis may sound like a tall order, but Nick Lantz has done it.

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Reviews P. A. Ramour Expresses Innermost Thoughts, Feelings in Verse
Posted by mamta on Thursday, March 27, 2014 (16:19:31)

Poetry News: The author known as P. A. Ramour reflects on his journey through life with humor, passion and nostalgia in his new poetry collection , "Murmurings of the Heart: One Angelic Kiss" .

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Reviews Amy Lewis Pens What Freedom Smells Like
Posted by mamta on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 (14:54:37)

Poetry News: ... She wrote and starred in the one-woman show Waking the Witch, and has acted in various indie films. Amy also performs poetry in numerous spoken word and Live Lit events in the Los Angeles area. She currently resides in Los Angeles with her ...

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Reviews Poems from the Heart * by Angela Filla
Posted by mamta on Monday, March 24, 2014 (15:28:10)

Poetry News: For believing in God's message , Angela Filla was able to write her amazing book of poetic homage to His grace and mercy entitled "Poems from the Heart ."

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Reviews BJ Ward: 'Jackleg Opera: Collected Poems, 1990-2013'
Posted by mamta on Monday, March 24, 2014 (04:45:24)

Poetry News: To live without allowing poetry to wash over you and bathe you in the glory that it can be is to not fully live.

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Reviews Together, Jasmine Nights * by Ommy Tallman
Posted by mamta on Saturday, March 22, 2014 (07:53:57)

This is a collection of works that goes beyond poetry and verse. Tallman has a beautiful way with words, stringing them together like musical poetry. His heartfelt writing takes ...

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Reviews 'Petals-An Offering in Verse' By Gurjinder Singh
Posted by mamta on Saturday, March 08, 2014 (11:29:15)

An offering in Verse, he has compiled together a number of poems with different shades and fragrances. ...

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Reviews 'E.E. Cummings: A Life,' by Susan Cheever
Posted by mamta on Saturday, March 08, 2014 (11:20:40)

Cheever's contribution to his rehabilitation comes not through literary analysis. Saying little about the poetry, she positions texts at strategic points in the story, showing that classics like "the Cambridge ladies who lived in ...

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Reviews Haunts by Kevin Cain
Posted by mamta on Saturday, March 08, 2014 (11:15:54)

Some of the places Kevin draws on for the inspiration of these stories are Myrtles Plantation, a historic bed & breakfast located in St. Francisville, LA, and listed as the most haunted home in America, and the infamous Sloss Furnace located in his own home town in Birmingham, AL. Read more at www.broadwayworld.com/...9wOC.99...

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Reviews 'Beach Mysteries' by Anne Hotchkis
Posted by mamta on Friday, March 07, 2014 (09:45:46)

Beach Mysteries is an interactive, interdisciplinary project that has kept her youthful memories alive. Why would readers be interested in this book? It is fun and solves mysteries of the beach....

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In the Traditional Media New Zealand- Tale of actress and poet short but sweet
Posted by fogglethorpe on Wednesday, March 05, 2014 (16:00:00)

The New Zealand Festival's 2014 opera was shortish in length, running not too far past an hour, but Osvaldo Golijov's Ainadamar was a stunning achievement. Golijov is a hot property on today's music scene, a mixmeister who can call on anything from tangos to turntables..

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Art in the News BWW Reviews: The Rep Rages for the Poetic Beauty and Horror of War in an Iliad
Posted by mamta on Wednesday, March 05, 2014 (10:43:14)

Then when the muse, cellist Alicia Storin, appears from "the heavens," behind a scrim background on a high platform dressed in a Grecian gown to help the poet recall the story, Composer/Sound Designer Josh Schmidt's sophisticated and sparse score assists DeVita in retelling the guts and glory of war. I...

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Reviews "Crossing Fences" Project Collects Stories of Black Men in Oakland
Posted by mamta on Wednesday, March 05, 2014 (10:41:28)

Through first-person essays, photo montages, poetry, audio interviews, and streaming video content, the project documents the experiences of people of African descent throughout the ...

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Reviews Trous De Coeur by Gabriel Guei-monin
Posted by mamta on Saturday, March 01, 2014 (09:55:35)

Poetry News: The inspiration that loomed beneath has finally awakened in Gabriel Guei-Monin leading him to brainchild a poetry book aptly titled " Trous De Coeur ," a repertoire of verses about life in general with the gorgeous French language as the medium.

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Reviews How to make a Living as a Poet by Gary Mex Glazner
Posted by mamta on Saturday, March 01, 2014 (09:47:18)

Poetry News: In How to make a Living as a Poet , available now for your online order or at your favorite local bookseller , the author details how he and a diverse group of American scribes - including Sherman Alexie, Mary Karr, Naomi Shihab Nye, Paul Polansky and Beau Sia - found ways of integrating poetry into their financial and occupational plans until they ... (more)

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In the Traditional Media NC- Exploring the aftermath of loss in Love Alone
Posted by fogglethorpe on Friday, February 28, 2014 (17:00:00)

Love Alone, which takes its title from an Edna St. Vincent Millay poem, and its revenge-laden epigraph from The Iliad, is a narrative of a contemporary lesbian couple and their daughter, and what happens when one of the parents dies in a surgery gone wrong..

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In the Traditional Media Review: 'Adult World' simply too childish to work
Posted by fogglethorpe on Friday, February 28, 2014 (15:49:31)

Standing center is Emma Roberts — constantly red-nosed in the brisk air of upstate New York — playing Amy, a virginal, absurdly naive recent college grad who believes she’s destined to be a great poet. Although no one much cares for her poetry..

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News in Poetry New poetry books reviewed
Posted by Ozymandias on Friday, February 28, 2014 (00:59:10)

Dannie Abse reads from Speak, Old Parrot at the T S Eliot Prize Readings, held at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall.Link!

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