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Ron Koertge has a plan for National Poetry Month!

Date: April 7, 2021

“Poetry leaves room for silence. And poetry makes room for questions that are unanswerable and for them to sit there.” —Richard Blanco April is National Poetry Month — an annual […]

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Reviews:

Interpretive Work reviewed by Nicky Beer in Diagram

Date: May 9, 2009

This fascination with naming necessarily leads to one of the book's recurring thematic questions: what do we really mean when we say nature and natural?…As the inaugural publication of Arktoi […]

Interpretive Work: reviewed in The Constant Critic by Jordan Davis

Date: May 9, 2009

Bradfield's poems are stocked full of unfamiliar words, statistically-improbable phrases, sonorous lines, shapely stanzas, endearing arguments and compelling personalities. Her recurring subjects wear much better than her recurring tropes. I […]

Confessions of an editor

Date: May 7, 2009

Review by Nina MacLaughlin in The Boston Phoenix, June 21, 2008 In Safe Suicide, an assemblage of revealing, interrelated essays, DeWitt Henry ” Emerson professor, writer, and founding editor and […]

A bountiful harvest of thoughts on life’s journey

Date: May 7, 2009

Review by Chuck Leddy in The Boston Globe, April 21, 2008 A bountiful harvest of thoughts on life's journeyBy Chuck Leddy April 21, 2008 Safe Suicide: Narratives,Essays, and MeditationsBy DeWitt […]

Safe Suicide: review by Rand Richards Cooper

Date: May 7, 2009

Safe Suicide reviewed by Rand Richards Cooper in AMHERST MAGAZINE, fall 2008In Safe Suicide, the Boston-based novelist, professor and editor DeWitt Henry has collected his autobiographical essays first published in […]

Andrew Kozma’s review in American Book Reviews

Date: May 6, 2009

"Green is an intensely formal poet–not in tone, but in construction. Look at that table of contents again: five groups of ten. A desire for symmetry, some revelatory order. He […]

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