Schlagwort: Ange Mlinko

118. Poetry International Web Launches USA Domain under Editorship of PoetryMagazine

Inaugural American Issue Features Poets W.S. DiPiero, Ange Mlinko, Atsuro Riley CHICAGO — The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetrymagazine, is pleased to announce that Poetry’s editors have embarked on a new international collaboration. In partnership with the online magazine and archive Poetry International Web(PIW), the editors of Poetry…

3. Poetry International Web

Die Märzausgabe bringt die Eröffnung einer US-Sektion des Netzwerks (unter der Ägide der – auch in L&Poe – omnipräsenten Chicagoer Poetry Foundation). This first USA issue offers a trio of contemporary poets. W.S. Di Piero, a poet, critic, translator and essayist, celebrates the profusion of…

156. Rilkes Eigensinn

Obwohl Rilke zu Lebzeiten eine Randfigur war [? MG], wird sein lyrischer Eigensinn in unserer postromantischen Zeit geschätzt; eine kleine Gruppe von Kennern lobte ihn damals, während er heute geliebt wird.* Sonette an Orpheus, Duineser Elegien, sein einziger Roman Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids…

105. AS IF NATURE TALKED BACK TO ME

A Notebook. By Ange Mlinko Poetry Media Service “In the light of the moon, a little egg lay on a leaf.” The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a great favorite at the moment; my two-year-old son, Gray, seems to have it memorized. He gets very…

33. METAPHYSICAL COMFORTS

Jennifer Moxley’s new book of poems, Clampdown, confronts the domestic with a disclosing eye. By Ange Mlinko Poetry Media Service Clampdown, by Jennifer Moxley. Flood Editions, $14.95. In 1996, when Jennifer Moxley’s first book, Imagination Verses, was published to underground acclaim, the prevailing story…

22. Fernando Perez Talks Poetry

Major League Baseball player reflects on the role of poetry in his life CHICAGO — The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine, is pleased to announce that Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Fernando Perez is featured in the September issue of Poetry magazine. As a…

055. A NAMELESS VOCATION

In her memoir The Winter Sun, poet Fanny Howe explores the possibilities and impossibilities of a writer’s calling. By Ange Mlinko Poetry Media Service The Winter Sun, by Fanny Howe. Graywolf Press, $15.00. At the outset of The Winter Sun, an apologia for the…