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“In the Morning, the Spirit Begins to Speak” by Matthew Wimberley

Even the red shingles chipping and scarred on the roof of the Kangaroo Express mattered once. And, the starry aftermath of insects smashed across the windshield bright in the foreground of sunlight and the weft of fog. And, also, sunlight, … Continue reading

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Announcements

Bevel Summers Prize Results

“May Apples” by Ellen Birkett Morris of Louisville, KY Continue reading

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Review

Alfred Corn’s UNIONS, reviewed by Philip Belcher

A review of the new book by a poet long admired for his formal commitment and emotional complexities. Continue reading

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Virginia Poet Laureate Ron Smith Answers Questions

The personal lyric and “thinking with someone else’s head.” / Accessibility and difficulty — density and audience? Continue reading

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SNOPES: A Blog

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Trumpus Possumus. The Tennessee Waltz. GO SET A WATCHMAN The vanishing eastern catamount. The Flannery O’Connor Stamp Continue reading