Dan Chiasson

Dan Chiasson's poems appear in The New Yorker, Paris Review, Threepenny Review, and elsewhere.

Poem
July 29 2008 7:14 AM"Swifts"
Memoir Week
March 28 2007 12:54 PMOn Bad Poetry and Boring Family Stories
Poem
Oct. 4 2005 7:47 AM"The Elephant"
Books
Nov. 15 2004 11:32 AMThe Thinking Man's Guide to SexWhat could be wrong with She Comes First?
Books
Aug. 9 2004 5:19 PMMaxim 101The lad magazine goes literary.
Poem
Nov. 18 2003 11:10 AM"Making Purple"
Culturebox
June 11 2003 1:47 PMAir HalenThe state of American air guitar: sweaty, sincere, electric.
Poem
April 25 2003 10:53 AMPoems of WarSix writers and editors on poems of war.
Poem
Sept. 5 2000 10:00 PMPoem
Books
July 3 2007 7:24 AMSummer BooksWhat Slate is reading this summer.
Memoir Week
March 27 2007 2:22 PMThe Weirdest Episode in the History of Hermeneutics
Books
Nov. 29 2004 6:48 AMThe Anne Winters ChallengeShould a Marxist poet be stylistically ornate?
Five-ring Circus
Aug. 21 2004 5:54 PMLadies on the TrampAging Eastern Europeans bounce for glory in Athens.
Poem
Jan. 27 2004 11:59 AM"The Bear"
Culturebox
Oct. 9 2003 2:24 PMBad to the BoneAn anthology of verse offers up the banal, the bathetic, the bloated.
Books
April 28 2003 5:06 PMJoy to the WorldWhat made Frank O'Hara great?
Poem
Dec. 11 2001 11:42 AM"Leverett Circle"
Poem
Dec. 15 1999 3:30 AMThe Sensible Present Has Duration