“The poems that form this book are aggressive, like a disaster.”
Announcing the new KR Fellows for 2018-20, the winner of the 2017 Grodd Poetry Prize, and more!
“Poetry in me has always acted as a eureka moment, moments of revelation, of definition of a truth, even when they are truths which appear to be negated.”
The Emerald Tablet
for Alberto Manguel and Craig Stephenson
This is to do with lostness
with believing that the truth
is buried in some special place
difficult to find
and some hero of ancient wisdom
Moses Borges Gandalf
that stern but kind
Martha Malini’s death from respiratory failure was mentioned in several newspapers around the world. Her unique appearance—white hair down to the waist, ivory saris and suits, downcast eyes that seemed…
Ambiguity in a poem can be the generator of a desire to reconsider, to alter, to question. Activist poetry—specifically poetry that seeks to halt…
Announcing the 2018-20 KR Fellows, the winner of the 2017 Grodd Poetry Prize, and more!
Announcing the Short Fiction Contest, Accepting Summer Workshop Applications Now, and more!
Holiday Reading Recommendations from the Kenyon Review!