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Ibbetson Street #32 By Doug Holder
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In this issue we are glad to be featuring the work of Diana Der-Hovanessian, longtime president of the New England Poetry Club. Not only has Diana directed the Poetry Club for decades, arranging... More > countless readings of world-renowned as well as local poets, she has also won numerous awards for her poetry and poetry collections. Diana has written extensively about the Armenian Holocaust and has been a strong voice in making sure this Holocaust will not fall into the dustbin of history. We are also pleased to feature the work of such writers as Afaa Michael Weaver, X.J. Kennedy, Marge Piercy, and many other fine poets. You may also notice the striking photograph on the front cover by Jennifer Matthews, a mysterious, winding, nocturnal street in Perugia, Italy, and a haunting portrait on the back cover by Ibbetson Street Press' art editor Richard Wilhelm.< Less
Spoke 3 By kevin gallagher
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In this issue, we feature translations of the Chinese poet Li Shangyin (813-858) by Chloe Garcia Roberts, some of the Odes of Euripides by Francis Blessington, George McWhirter’s translations... More > of Homero Aridjis, and Michael Donhauser’s "The Thicket," translated by Nick Hoff. We also feature a section of The Boston Irish edited by Meg Tyler. For poems, we have sonnets by Joel Sloman, work by Ben Mazer, Sunnylyn Thibodeaux, Danielle Legros Georges and much more. We also feature the poet John Brooks Wheelwright, killed at just 43 in 1940. Wheelwright’s poetry was described by John Ashbery as “quite as pregnant with options for the future of poetry as anything that Pound or Eliot produced,” yet he is all but forgotten in American and world poetry. Alongside a number of essays, New Directions has granted spoKe permission to reprint a handful of Wheelwright’s key poems.< Less
spoKe 3 By kevin gallagher
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In this issue, we feature translations of the Chinese poet Li Shangyin (813-858) by Chloe Garcia Roberts, some of the Odes of Euripides by Francis Blessington, George McWhirter’s translations... More > of Homero Aridjis, and Michael Donhauser’s "The Thicket," translated by Nick Hoff. We also feature a section of The Boston Irish edited by Meg Tyler. For poems, we have sonnets by Joel Sloman, work by Ben Mazer, Sunnylyn Thibodeaux, Danielle Legros Georges and much more. We also feature the poet John Brooks Wheelwright, killed at just 43 in 1940. Wheelwright’s poetry was described by John Ashbery as “quite as pregnant with options for the future of poetry as anything that Pound or Eliot produced,” yet he is all but forgotten in American and world poetry. Alongside a number of essays, New Directions has granted spoKe permission to reprint a handful of Wheelwright’s key poems.< Less
spoKe 2 By Kevin Gallagher
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In this issue we have four special features. First, we present new poets from Uruguay. The home of Mario Benedetti has sprouted a whole new idiom of poetic voice. We also feature the... More > “Minute-Operas” of Frédéric Forte, translated from the French. Alongside these innovations from across the world, we feature new translations of Catullus by Len Krisak. Finally, we end our feature section with the work of Boston’s Ben Mazer. Alongside these features we have poetry from William Corbett, Margo Lockwood, Mark Lamoureux, Doug Holder, Patrick Pritchett and others. We also feature essays and criticism, including Christopher Ricks on T. S. Eliot and Bob Dylan, Dale Smith on Charles Olson, Rachelle Lerner on Kenneth Rexroth’s The Dragon and the Unicorn, Ruth Lepson on Robert Creeley, Kevin Bowen on Taylor Stoehr, and Paul Mariani on Wallace Stevens.< Less
Spoke 2 By kevin gallagher
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In this issue we have four special features. First, we present new poets from Uruguay. The home of Mario Benedetti has sprouted a whole new idiom of poetic voice. We also feature the... More > “Minute-Operas” of Frédéric Forte, translated from the French. Alongside these innovations from across the world, we feature new translations of Catullus by Len Krisak. Finally, we end our feature section with the work of Boston’s Ben Mazer. Alongside these features we have poetry from William Corbett, Margo Lockwood, Mark Lamoureux, Doug Holder, Patrick Pritchett and others. We also feature essays and criticism, including Christopher Ricks on T. S. Eliot and Bob Dylan, Dale Smith on Charles Olson, Rachelle Lerner on Kenneth Rexroth’s The Dragon and the Unicorn, Ruth Lepson on Robert Creeley, Kevin Bowen on Taylor Stoehr, and Paul Mariani on Wallace Stevens.< Less