Prose Feature: “Love and Fame: A Review of Alfred Corn’s Tables (Press 53, 2013)” by Benjamin Myers

October 17, 2014

Alfred Corn is a virtuoso, and with his new collection’s formal variety and impressive wit, Tables would have, in an earlier age, made an excellent appeal for patronage. It’s a shame that today’s great patrons of the literary arts, the universities, care little for virtuosity and much for credential and prestige, because, with the support […]

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Prose Feature: “No End To What Can Be Imagined: An Interview with Don Share” by Emilia Phillips

October 3, 2014

Don Share is Editor of Poetry magazine. His most recent books are Wishbone (Black Sparrow), Union (Eyewear), and Bunting’s Persia (Flood Editions); he has also edited a critical edition of Bunting’s poems for Faber and Faber. His translations of Miguel Hernández were awarded the Times Literary Supplement Translation Prize and Premio Valle Inclán, and were […]

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Animal Fact

September 22, 2014

Contributor’s Marginalia: Joseph Chapman on “Bestiary” by Jordan Windholz When David asked if I would like to write a blog entry on any of the poems in Spring/Summer issue of 32 Poems, I made a strange choice. I chose the poem I least understood, the poem that seemed the most mysterious to me and yet the most […]

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Prose Feature: “The Glorious Sexy Ugly: An Interview with Kara Candito” by Justin Bigos

September 19, 2014

Kara Candito is the author of Spectator (University of Utah Press, 2014), winner of the Agha Shahid Ali Poetry Prize, and Taste of Cherry (University of Nebraska Press, 2009), winner of the Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry. Her work has been published in Blackbird, AGNI, The Kenyon Review, jubilat, Drunken Boat, Forklift Ohio, The […]

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Prose Feature: “The Let’s Be Friends Manifesto: A Review of Rachel Zucker’s THE PEDESTRIANS and Joshua Beckman’s THE INSIDE OF AN APPLE” by Kathryn Nuernberger

September 12, 2014

You should read The Pedestrians by Rachel Zucker because she wrote this line about having a piece of copper in your body that makes conception unlikely, but “[w]ithout the chance of another child, sex lost some of its appeal, purposefulness, danger, pleasure, mystery, productiveness.” This is something I’ve tried to say, but when I do, […]

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