Monthly Archives: February 2014

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: THE MOONS OF AUGUST

FROM THE MOONS OF AUGUST By Danusha Laméris EVE, AFTER Did she know there was more to life than lions licking the furred ears of lambs, fruit trees dropping their fat bounty, the years droning on without argument? Too much … Continue reading

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Talks on Metamodernism with Seth Abramson: Part 2 of 3

Talks on Metamodernism with Seth Abramson: Part 2 of 3 by Kirsten Clodfelter This post is part of a three-part series exploring metamodernism and its use in American poetry through discussions with the talented poet and teacher, Seth Abramson. Find … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: THE SONG OF SONGS

Depiction of Solomon and Pharaoh’s daughter reciting the Song of Solomon. This image is in the public domain. From THE SONG OF SONGS From the Hebrew Bible I am a rose of Sharon, a lily of the valleys. As a … Continue reading

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Women Are “Just More Emotional”

Women Are “Just More Emotional” By Sarah Marcus “Hey, the 1950s called, they want their stereotype back,” I said during a somewhat intense debate last night. I was asking a new friend, let’s call him Adam, what he thought of … Continue reading

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Listen to Dylan Farrow

Listen to Dylan Farrow by Stephanie Goehring You’re in college. It’s been a really good night of getting stoned with a group of your best friends you’ve known for years. You’ve shared meals, road trips, heartbreaks, concerts, victories. Tonight you’ve … Continue reading

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Hell Yes, I’m Intolerant

Hell Yes, I’m Intolerant By Joanna Schroeder The other day on Facebook a friend of mine shared his thoughts on the Coca Cola ad set to the song “America the Beautiful.” My friend’s status said, “If this bothered you… I don’t even know … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: RON KOLM

WALT WHITMAN By Ron Kolm You, Walt Whitman, Like God, Are Everywhere All At Once. (Today’s poem originally appeared via Brevitas, was published in the poetry collection Divine Comedy, and appears here today with permission from the poet.) Ron Kolm … Continue reading

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