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Bare Almond Trees

In the Margin

Bare Almond Trees

by James Mustich ×

We celebrate National Poetry Month with a selection of poems from the publisher David R. Godine. Today: D. H. Lawrence's "Bare Almond Trees."
Beginning

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Beginning

by James Mustich ×

We celebrate National Poetry Month with a selection of poems from the publisher David R. Godine. Today: "The Beginning," by Linda Bamber.
Spring Songs

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Spring Songs

by James Mustich ×

We celebrate National Poetry Month with a selection of poems from the publisher David R. Godine. Today: "Spring Songs," by Rainer Maria Rilke.
All Possibilities

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All Possibilities

by James Mustich ×

We celebrate National Poetry Month with a selection of poems from the publisher David R. Godine. First up: Andrew Motion's "All Possibilities."
A Poem by Ange Mlinko

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A Poem by Ange Mlinko

by James Mustich ×

Coffee House Press helps us celebrate National Poetry Month. Read Ange Mlinko's "Treatment."
What the Stars Will Bring

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What the Stars Will Bring

by James Mustich ×

Our celebration of National Poetry Month continues with Greg Hewett's "What the Stars Will Bring."
A Poem by Mark McMorris

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A Poem by Mark McMorris

by James Mustich ×

Our celebration of National Poetry Month continues with Mark McMorris's "Letters to Micheal."
A Poem by Lightsey Darst

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A Poem by Lightsey Darst

by James Mustich ×

Our celebration of National Poetry Month continues with Lightsey Darst 's "Billboard."
"Corporate Abstraction"

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"Corporate Abstraction"

by James Mustich ×

Our celebration of National Poetry Month continues with Ange Mlinko's "Corporate Abstraction."
Whispering Books

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Whispering Books

by James Mustich ×

We celebrate the advent of National Poetry Month with the first in a week's worth of poems from Coffee House Press.
Imaginary Eating with Ann VanderMeer and "Evil Monkey"

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Imaginary Eating with Ann VanderMeer and "Evil Monkey"

by Bill Tipper ×

In the world of cutting-edge speculative fiction, Ann VanderMeer (the award-winning fiction editor of Weird Tales) and her husband Jeff (the author...

Corruption

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Corruption

by Adam Hanft ×

Lord Acton famously insisted that "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." Turning that aphorism inside out suggests that "Absolute corruption empowers absolutely."