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July 2nd forum announcement

[...] blog This week, we bounce back and forth from Europe to the US. Not completely, we still have Great Regulars Luisetta Mudie, Caravan and Granta keeping us more worldly than that. But we begin with a [...]

July 16th forum announcement

[...] RYOT has published a Langston Hughes poem called "Kids Who Die." Two of our Great Regulars, Seth Abramson and Adam Kirsch, have written different and differing essays on this as well. [...]

Great Regulars: But by the time the Talmud was edited,

around 500 C.E., the Temple had been gone for 400 years--as much time as separates us today from Shakespeare. For the Amoraim, there were no sacrifice [...]

Great Regulars: After a Brubeck Concert

by Miller Williams Six hundred years ago, more or less, from Garrison Keillor: The Writer's Almanac: After a Brubeck Concert by Miller Williams ~~~ [...]

Great Regulars: At the Cottage of Messer Violi

[...] by Paul Violi The mailbox, painted dark blue, from Garrison Keillor: The Writer's Almanac: At the Cottage of Messer Violi by Paul Violi ~~~~~~~~~~~ Grief by [...]

Great Regulars: Another Beer

[...] by William Matthews The first one was for the clock from Garrison Keillor: The Writer's Almanac: Another Beer by William Matthews ~~~~~~~~~~~ Dirge Without Music by [...]

Great Regulars: Autobiographia Literaria

[...] by Frank O'Hara When I was a child from Garrison Keillor: The Writer's Almanac: Autobiographia Literaria by Frank O'Hara ~~~~~~~~~~~ Bad Day by Kay [...]

July 2nd Poetic Ticker Clicking

[...] Baker: The Oregonian: five cool new books about music___(ragline)___Carol Ann Duffy via Garrison Keillor: The Writer's Almanac: Anon___(ragline)___Alison Flood: The Guardian: Desmond Elliott prize [...]

Great Regulars: [by E. Ethelbert Miller]

[...] Poem for RV when you leave from E. Ethelbert Miller: E-notes: Remembering Reetika ~~~~~~~~~~~ [by E. Ethelbert Miller] Seduction My mother is [...]

July 9th Poetic Ticker Clicking

[...] and Leniency___(ragline)___Ted Kooser: American Life in Poetry: Column 433___(ragline)___E. Ethelbert Miller: E-notes: Poem for Saul Landau___(ragline)___Meghan O'Rourke: The New York Times: [...]

Great Regulars: [by E. Ethelbert Miller]

[...] Than a Sonnet for Saul Tonight I am reading Neruda's "Ode To An Aged Poet" from E. Ethelbert Miller: E-notes: Poem for Saul Landau ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

Great Regulars: One world event to pay close attention to

[...] Oscar Romero and count our mornings? I Am the Land: A Poem in Memory of Oscar Romero from E. Ethelbert Miller: E-notes: I Am the Land: A Poem in Memory of Oscar Romero ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

News at Eleven: [Juan Felipe] Herrera recounts meeting

[...] , Herrera informally pronounced Huerta "the poet laureate of Kern County." from The Los Angeles Times: California's poet laureate likes to turn the tables ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

News at Eleven: Thirteen colonies banded together

[...] Fourth of July! [by John Brehm] "Fourth of July" Freedom is a rocket, from The Los Angeles Times: 13 poems about America for the Fourth of July ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

July 9th Poetic Ticker Clicking

[...] News Article Tape: (ragline)___The Los Angeles Times: 13 poems about America for the Fourth of July___(ragline)___The Guardian: Rebecca Goss: the [...]

July 2nd Poetic Ticker Clicking

[...] Sampson: The Guardian: Glass Wings by Fleur Adcock--review___(ragline)___David L. Ulin: Los Angeles Times: Amy Gerstler and Alexis Smith discuss the art of collaboration___(ragline)___Frank Wilson: [...]

News at Eleven (Back Page): I bought my copy of "Home-Altar" second-ha...

[...] them Down off the bluff, All we saw was the grass Fluttering where we'd burned. . ., from The New York Times: Small Books With Big Souls ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

Great Regulars: The defining characteristic of the literature

[...] afford." Our deathbeds aren't spiritual; they're chart-full. from Meghan O'Rourke: The New York Times: Deadlines ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

News at Eleven: In his poetry, [Frank] Bidart has been open

[...] over: sometimes he writes with such anger that it sounds like something just begun. from The New York Times: Extreme States of Mind ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

July 9th Poetic Ticker Clicking

[...] )___E. Ethelbert Miller: E-notes: Poem for Saul Landau___(ragline)___Meghan O'Rourke: The New York Times: Deadlines___(ragline)___Robert Pinsky: PBS: Newshour: From the NewsHour Archives: Robert [...]

Great Regulars: For one thing, by conceiving of religion as an elite

[...] structure and fill it with music and perfume if people are not allowed to enjoy it? from Adam Kirsch: Tablet: In the Shadow of the Divine, Reaping Unintended Benefits at the Edges of the Law ~~~~~~ [...]

Great Regulars: Several times in the Letters, we hear

[...] is worthwhile; the work is the negation of the writer as empirical living being." from Adam Kirsch: The Barnes and Noble Review: Italo Calvino: Letters, 1941--1985 ~~~~~~~~~~~ The answer this [...]

Great Regulars: Refinement in speech is not just about avoiding

[...] from the Talmud, should be broken gently, with consideration for the sufferer. from Adam Kirsch: Tablet: The Talmud's Abstractions Live in Concrete Examples About Candles and Weasels ~~ [...]

Great Regulars: But by the time the Talmud was edited,

[...] one tomorrow. The law, for them, existed in a virtual realm, immune from time and change. from Adam Kirsch: Tablet: Appreciating the Talmud's Sublime Devotion to Torah for Its Own Sake ~~~~~~~~~~~ [ [...]

Great Regulars: At the Birdfeeder

[...] By Richard Foerster My neighbor's cat, all nimble from Wesley McNair: The Portland Press Herald: Take Heart: A Conversation in Poetry ~~~~~~~~~~~ The Longing of [...]

Great Regulars: Thicker Than Country

[...] By Richard Blanco A Cuban like me living in Maine? Well, from Wesley McNair: The Portland Press Herald: Take Heart: A Conversation in Poetry ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

Great Regulars: The Old Gross Place

[...] By Patricia Ranzoni Across the road the from Wesley McNair: The Portland Press Herald: Take Heart: A Conversation in Poetry ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

July 13th forum announcement

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July 2nd forum announcement

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Great Regulars: Perhaps there's a kind of afterlife

[...] . Bruce Snider, who lives and teaches in California, suggests that here. Afterlife from Ted Kooser: American Life in Poetry: Column 435 ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

Great Regulars: Here's an observant and thoughtful poem

[...] about us. Mueller lives in Illinois and is one of our most distinguished poets. Things from Ted Kooser: American Life in Poetry: Column 434 ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

Great Regulars: Here's an observant and thoughtful poem

[...] about us. Mueller lives in Illinois and is one of our most distinguished poets. Things from Ted Kooser: American Life in Poetry: Column 433 ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

Great Regulars: One of the most distinctive sounds in small-town

[...] , X.J. Kennedy captures the fellowship of horseshoe pitchers. Old Men Pitching Horseshoes from Ted Kooser: American Life in Poetry: Column 432 ~~~~~~~~~~~ [...]

July 13th forum announcement

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July 16th forum announcement

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July 2nd forum announcement

[...] blog This week, we bounce back and forth from Europe to the US. Not completely, we still have Great Regulars Luisetta Mudie, Caravan and Granta keeping us more worldly than that. But we begin with a [...]

July 16th forum announcement

[...] RYOT has published a Langston Hughes poem called "Kids Who Die." Two of our Great Regulars, Seth Abramson and Adam Kirsch, have written different and differing essays on this as well. [...]

Great Regulars: But by the time the Talmud was edited,

around 500 C.E., the Temple had been gone for 400 years--as much time as separates us today from Shakespeare. For the Amoraim, there were no sacrifice [...]

Great Regulars: After a Brubeck Concert

by Miller Williams Six hundred years ago, more or less, from Garrison Keillor: The Writer's Almanac: After a Brubeck Concert by Miller Williams ~~~ [...]

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