"Poetry" Blogs & Blog Posts

Embodiedspace: Traces on the Anthropocenic ShoreEmbodiedspace: Traces on the Anthropocenic Shore

Geography, geographic imagination, place, culture, social sciences, politic...

 
Real Life. Real Perspectives.Real Life. Real Perspectives.

As my personal blog does now, PMW will feature a creative fusion of the hot...

 
The Truth About LiesThe Truth About Lies

Scottish author Jim Murdoch discusses writing, his own and other authors, a...

 
Easy Street PromptsEasy Street Prompts

Daily creative prompts for writers and artists and a monthly magazine of th...

 
Sue Guiney: Writing LifeSue Guiney: Writing Life

Writing about my life as a writer, reader, friend. Fiction, poetry, plays,...

 
People Power GrannyPeople Power Granny

Focused on baby boomers who want to leave a better world for those who foll...

 
The Centre of the WorldThe Centre of the World

A collection of photos and found items combined with literature and poetry ...

 


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Never explain what you do. It speaks for itself. You only muddle it by talking about it. – Shel Silverstein I’ve mixed feelings about commentaries. I’ve said before that a poem which needs notes to explain it—e.g. Beckett’s ‘Whoroscope’...

Dish poetry editor Alice Quinn writes: Last week I introduced Sharon Olds at a benefit for Red Hen Press in Pasadena. At Knopf in 1983, I was her editor for The Dead and the Living, her second book of poems, winner of both the Lamont Prize from the A...

“for deLawd” by Lucille Clifton: people say they have a hard time understanding how i go on about my business playing my ray charles hollering at the kids— seem like my afro cut off in some old image would show I got a long memory and I...

“to the unborn and waiting children” by Lucille Clifton: i went into my mother as some souls go into a church, for the rest only. but there, even there, from the belly of a poor woman who could not save herself i was pushed without my per...

From Dish poetry editor Alice Quinn: I’ve been reading The Collected Poems of Lucille Clifton 1965-2010 for weeks and am mesmerized by the beauty and power, the humor, complexity, and charge of her poems, often bringing to mind the work of anot...