• Not an Insomniac’s Notebook: A Review of Michael Palmer’s Little Elegies for Sister Satan

    Neeli Cherkovski finds complex yet charming passages in Michael Palmer's latest poetry volumne, "Little Elegies for Sister Satan."

    “What Matters is What’s Always Mattered”: Talking with Dennis Haskell

    Amy Lin interviews Australian poet Dennis Haskell about love and death — the two most ancient poetic pillars.

    Telling Stories: Joanna Chen Interviews Poet Tony Curtis

    Joanna Chen talks with Irish poet Tony Curtis about his latest collection "This Flight Tonight."

    It’s My Difficulty: On Jameson Fitzpatrick’s Pricks in the Tapestry

    "Fitzpatrick’s excesses feel authentic, his revelations glorious," writes Quinn Roberts.

    “Poetry doesn’t have to be a quick-anything”: A Conversation with TT.O.

    Amy Lin talks with Australian poet TT.O. about his latest epic poetry volume "Heide."

    Walls Don’t Work: On Lonely Christopher’s In a January Would

    Quinn Roberts reviews Lonely Christopher's uncompromising new poetry collection "In a January Would."

    A Love Poem to Wuhan

    Allison Hedge Coke pens some brief words on the unfolding tragedy in Wuhan.

    Silence As Threshold and Possibility: New Books by Anna Moschovakis and Allison Benis White

    Kristina Marie Darling talks about the power of silence in two new poetry collections by Anna Moschovakis and Allison Benis White.

    Silence, Alterity, & Poetic Voice: From Homer to H.D., Spicer, & 21st Century Collaborative Poetry

    Kristina Marie Darling discusses new approaches to the poetic process.

    Renegotiating Negativity: Silence as Empowerment and Resistance

    Kristina Marie Darling looks at the power of fragmentation in new poetry collections by Traci Brimhall and Rebecca Hazelton.