New York Times gives “Song I Sing” big thumbs up
A verse to celebrate the oldest off-spring
Minnesota’s poet laureate recalls the bounty of the harvest.
A compelling poetic exlporation of the events surrounding Chai Vang’s shooting of eight hunters in Northern Wisconsin.
Poet teaches at Gustavus Adolphus
Blount describes himself as a “close reader” which means he gives a lot of thought to such words as “itch” and “scratch” and “squelch.”
A group of performers are gathering to remember the street poet.
The accomplished spoken word artist has just published a collection of his poetry.
Shin’s poem ‘That Came to be Split into a Plurality’ gives thanks… or does it?
Rylance and poet Louis Jenkins are working on a stage production based on Jenkins’ poems.