Eric McHenry

Eric McHenry is the author of Potscrubber Lullabies, which received the Kate Tufts Discovery Award. He teaches at Washburn University.

Poem
May 14 2013 8:15 AM“How to Steal the Laptop of Your Childhood Nemesis”
Books
Sept. 13 2004 6:46 AMStarbuck the GreatThe forgotten poet who made loyalty oaths illegal.
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Feb. 10 2003 2:46 PMHigh StandardsIs the new Philip Larkin poem worthy of publication?
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Jan. 28 2002 4:54 PMVersed NightmareThe most hated man in American poetry is also its guiltiest pleasure.
Poem
Oct. 18 2000 3:00 AMBorrowing Milky-White for the St. Paul's Student Production of Into the Woods
Poem
June 20 2006 6:31 AM"The Incumbent"
Poem
July 6 2004 9:12 AM"Figurative North Topeka"
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May 7 2002 3:28 PMThe Mode Not TakenThe wacky, talky, fat poetry of Albert Goldbarth.
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Sept. 20 2001 11:30 PMAuden on Bin Laden
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