Sep

25

“Shadows of Leaves”: Donald Revell by Richie Hofmann

“Shadows of Leaves”: Donald Revell by Richie Hofmann Donald Revell’s poems are weird and beautiful. Weird because they seem, at times, to resist simple narratives, to create meaning out of disparate images and statements. Weird because they celebrate strange and obscure (sometimes archaic, sometimes contemporary) objects and places and people and quotations in poems that […]

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Sep

14

Revell’s Restrictions in “A Setting” by Sarah Manguso

Revell’s Restrictions in “A Setting” by Sarah Manguso A Setting in memory of John Cheever There is nothing Orphic, nothing foreign. The deep greens of a suburban June, the lawns, the orientalia, are enough, for now, to make you sing. The deep greens of a suburban June drift from oriel to oriel and are enough, […]

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May

04

Matthew Olzmann’s Poems Featured on Qualm

Check out Matthew Olzmann’s excellent poems, “Letter to a Moth, Dying in a Light Fixture Outside” and “Daylight Container,” featured on Qualm: http://bit.ly/1bWKOhg For more poems by Matthew Olzmann, read a sample poem from his AJB collection, “Mezzanines,” here: http://bit.ly/AJBMO

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Apr

30

Anne Marie Macari’s Poem, “Bone,” Featured on Poetry Daily

Anne Marie Macari’s beautifully crafted poem, “Bone,” is featured on Poetry Daily. Read it here: http://bit.ly/1HV3Mkl For more poems by Anne Marie Macari, check out her AJB collection, “Gloryland,” here: http://bit.ly/GLORYLAND

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Apr

16

“Roots” by Luis Muñoz, ‪‎translated‬ by AJB’s Curtis Bauer

Read “Roots” by Luis Muñoz, ‪#‎translated‬ by AJB’s Curtis Bauer. http://bit.ly/1E2eqq9

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Apr

15

2 poems by Brian Turner

“[Brian Turner’s]. . .prose is full of lyricism and transformative, incantatory power. A true citizen of the world, this ‘soldier poet’ takes a wide-lens view that can zoom into some delicious or shattering close-up any minute.” Enjoy two incredible and evocative poems by Brian Turner in Burrow Press Review: http://bit.ly/1EAMnwS Read a sample poem from […]

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Apr

15

INQUIRE’s Progressive Poetics with Phillip B. Williams & Kazim Ali

Read about INQUIRE’s progressive poetics, featuring responses and discussions by AJB’s Phillip B. Williams and Kazim Ali. http://bit.ly/1GPVJoG

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Mar

26

Lo Kwa Mei-en Reads “Yearling & Armor”

Listen to Lo Kwa Mei-en read her ‎poem “Yearling & Armor,” from her forthcoming Alice James Books’ collection, “Yearling.” http://on.fb.me/1BsyNW7 Preorder your own copy at: http://www.alicejamesbooks.org/ajb-titles/yearling/

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Mar

26

AJB Translation Series – 6 Days Left to Submit!

Only six days left to send in your poetry query to the AJB Translation Series. http://bit.ly/TRANSLATE

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Mar

23

Philip Metres in Poetry Daily

Check out Philip Metres’ powerful poem, “The Iraqi Curator’s PowerPoint​,​” featured in Poetry Daily! http://bit.ly/1HshDQr

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