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    By Michael Torres

    There are the poems I manage to write, and then, because I don’t believe in “throwing away” poems, there are the poems I’ve begun but don’t know how to finish. I am thinking, again, about “Mine Own John Berryman,” in...

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    • By Michael Torres

      There are the poems I manage to write, and then, because I don’t believe in “throwing away” poems, there are the poems I’ve begun but don’t know how to finish....

    • By Tyree Daye

      I didn’t open the pages of?Angles of Ascent: A Norton Anthology of Contemporary African American Poetry?(edited by Charles Henry Rowell) until I was pursuing my MFA at North Carolina State...

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      I learned to call it a redbird before a cardinal. My mother pointed and said, “look, there’s a redbird,” and my little face turned to the sky. Where I’m from,...

    • By Kimberly Alidio

      Whenever poet Kim Hyesoon is asked whether her poetry represents her country — a question that is rarely asked of a poet whose work is perceived to be rooted in...

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