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Featured Selection: Ira Sadoff

By way of introduction to this month’s Featured Selection of new poems by Ira Sadoff is an extensive interview with our own Associate Editor for Special Projects, the estimable Nancy Mitchell, followed by the work itself and some more detailed

Featured Selection Thomas …

Thomas McCarthy Interview Plume             Thomas McCarthy is an Irish poet, novelist, and critic, born in Cappoquin, County Waterford, and educated at University College, Cork. Along with Maurice Riordan, Gregory O’Donoghue, Theo Dorgan, William Wall,

Featured Selection

This month’s Featured Selection, “Blue Cocoon,” is a collaboration between Tess Gallagher and Lawrence Matsuda. The entire book (three sections), entitled Boogie-Woogie Crisscross, is the first production of Plume Editions – for more details see the Editor’s Note in this issue,

FEATURED SELECTION

By way of introduction to this month’s Featured Selection of an essay on Marguerite Duras and two poems by Cynthia Cruz, we present an introductory interview with our own Associate Editor for Special Projects, the estimable Nancy Mitchell, followed by

FEATURED SELECTION | Emmanuel …

By way of introduction to this month’s Featured Selection of poems by Emmanuel Moses, translated by Marilyn Hacker, we present an introductory interview with our own Associate Editor for Special Projects, the estimable Nancy Mitchell, followed by the work itself

Feature Selection | Christophe…

Our Featured Selection this month is Christopher Buckley’s poem “The Half-life of Revolution—Particle Physics, History, Baseball and Baby-Boomers”, which follows an introductory conversation between the poet and our Associate Editor for Special Features, Nancy Mitchell.   NM:    Chris, I can’t