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Sonnet of the Week

Shakespeare: Sonnet 127

Another fourteener from the Bard. Continue reading

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Poem of the Week

“On Hearing the Waterthrush Again, Jefferson” by Thorpe Moeckel

Walking in his “Eden,” Jefferson savors and is haunted by his works and their ultimate cost. Continue reading

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Updraft # 3

Virginia Poet Laureate Answers Questions # 3

Question from Margaret Mackinnon on the Shenandoah site: A lot of poems I read from contemporary American writers focus on the personal lyric moment (producing what I think of as the small neighborhood poem). Many of your poems draw on … Continue reading

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

NEW ISSUE!

The Spring issue of SHENANDOAH is now available. Enter through logo to the left, and be sure to have a look at the special “Celebrating Shakespeare” section. Continue reading

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SNOPES: A Blog

Under Discussion Now

VISIT OUR BLOG TO READ ABOUT EVERYTHING FROM POETRY TO OLD VOODOO MOVIES, FROM POGO THE POSSUM TO HARPER LEE. Good Literature: it’s personal. Why is poultry so difficult, or is it? Peter Pan a fantasy or model? A new Tiger Lily for a new readership. Continue reading