Articles about poets, examinations of their poems, and biographical information.
- Impalpable Sustenance: Whitman's Corpo/Reality and Sexuality
by Jough Dempsey - 16 December 1999
Whitman's work is very sexually charged, and Whitman has contributed greatly to modern thinking on sex and gender...
- Sharon Olds' Orifices & The Inculcation Of Tedium
by Dan Schneider - 9 April 2002
Her poems are so SAFE—they say absolutely nothing but the most PC stands for or against very safe causes/issues—how many people are really pro-rape or pro-incest...
- You Do Not Have To Be Good (But It Helps) - A Look At Mary Oliver
by Jough Dempsey - 21 April 2002
Admittedly, I'm predisposed to disliking "nature poems." Maybe it's because many are facile, easy to write, and make the kinds of observations only an idiot needs spelled out in poetry...
- Introduction to James A. Emanuel
by Jean Migrenne - May 2002
A short introduction to James A. Emanuel, the man and his work, by Jean Migrenne, his French translator.