"Ode to a Composting Toilet"
Valentine's VoicesTwo love poems, one pure, the other deeply impure.
"Lines in Memphis, Tennessee"
"Let's Face the Music and Dance"
"On Finding Bloodstains in My Notebook After a Bad Party"
"Ever So Many Hundred Years Hence"
"Odysseus Seeing Laertes"
Street PoetHow the often-overlooked Lola Ridge became one of America's first great urban Modernists.
Poets Under PressureGoverning, aging, and facing execution.
"3 Arkonska Street"In Gliwice
Nearer, My God, to TheeWhen poets get intimate with a higher power.
FlamedSir Walter Raleigh and the art of the poetic takedown.
Keener SoundsHow can poetry that doesn't rhyme be so pleasing to the ear?