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Coldfront Yearbook 2010 By John Deming et al.
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Coldfront Yearbook 2010 is a collection of reviews, essays and more about poetry and lyricism in the year 2010. It contains lists of the best work published, as well as interviews with Timothy... More > Donnelly, Ben Lerner, and Broken Social Scene's Andrew Whiteman and reviews of more than a dozen new poetry books. It also contains work from our "Poets Off Poetry" section, where poets write about music, including a collection of short essays celebrating the tenth anniversary of the release of Radiohead's "Kid A."< Less
Coldfront Yearbook 2010 By John Deming et al.
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Coldfront Yearbook 2010 is a collection of reviews, essays and more about poetry and lyricism in the year 2010. It contains lists of the best work published, as well as interviews with Timothy... More > Donnelly, Ben Lerner, and Broken Social Scene's Andrew Whiteman and reviews of more than a dozen new poetry books. It also contains work from our "Poets Off Poetry" section, where poets write about music, including a collection of short essays celebrating the tenth anniversary of the release of Radiohead's "Kid A."< 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