Posts for poetry

Beyond and Back to the Yellow Mustard Flowers

The 25th Hour October 6, 2016

I was born on the birthday of the first poet of the Nepali language as we know it. When I…

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Rejection From The Other Side

The 25th Hour March 10, 2016

After you’ve been writing and submitting your work for a while, you learn a lot about rejection. You learn to…

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Review of Shannon Curtin’s Motherland

General/Column November 18, 2015

By Jennie Robertson Good poetry should be where beautiful words intersect with economy for maximum effect, but many times when…

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Just a Little Today

General/Column September 18, 2015

Just a little in my notebook today To chip away at the block, I promise Pen to paper – a…

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