Cody Walker
April 8, 2015
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In The Rag-Picker’s Guide to Poetry, Rick Barot, one of the book’s contributors, offers this bit of testimony about his development as a writer: For years, what I cared about were images. If the images were exact and memorable in…

Technical Difficulty

Dora Malech
April 3, 2015
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I’m excited to be blogging for The Kenyon Review, especially at the start of the much-anticipated and oft-maligned National Poetry Month. Personally, I love reading blog posts that serve as a kind of curation, bringing potentially disparate voices into conversation with…

Why We Chose It

Caitlin Horrocks
April 1, 2015
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Rolf Yngve’s “A Prerogative” I try not to make sweeping pronouncements about what does and doesn’t work in short stories, because I’ll always turn out to be wrong. But I’ve got some observations. I once mentioned to a room of…

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