Schlagwort: Michael Collier

75. Institute Issues Recommendations for Improving Access to Poetry

Study to improve distribution of poetry in new media develops recommendations for poets, publishers, and literary organizations CHICAGO — The Poetry Foundation is pleased to announce the first report of the Harriet Monroe Poetry Institute (HMPI). In 2009, the Institute convened a panel of… Continue Reading „75. Institute Issues Recommendations for Improving Access to Poetry“


Michael Collier (poet laureate in Maryland) kommentiert in The Baltimore Sun vom 21.9.03 das Gedicht „Eternity“ von Hart Crane über einen Hurrikan von 1926. Hier der Anfang des Gedichts: September – remember! October – all over. Barbarian Adage After it was over, though still… Continue Reading „Eternity“

John Ashbery: Einschüchterung und Ermutigung

In the service of his imagination, John Ashbery has published more than 20 volumes of poems, a collection of plays, a novel, essays, and art criticism. He has received almost every award a poet can receive, including the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award,… Continue Reading „John Ashbery: Einschüchterung und Ermutigung“