Monthly Archives: August 2014

Jennifer Denrow on Seth Landman and being (and believing) in the moment

For two years I’ve had a poem by Seth Landman taped to my refrigerator. When I asked him about it recently, he didn’t know what I was talking about and told me it wasn’t published anywhere. The poem begins: What … Continue reading

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Fortunato Salazar on W.S. Merwin, a nun and some seagulls

we are asleep over charts at running windows we are asleep with compasses in our hands and at the bow of the stone boat the wave from the ends of the earth keeps breaking (W.S. Merwin, “The Estuary”) Earlier this … Continue reading

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