Brian Culhane

Brian Culhane’s poetry has appeared widely in such journals as Blackbird, The Cincinnati ReviewThe Hudson Review, and The Paris Review. Awarded the Poetry Foundation’s Emily Dickinson Prize, his first book, The King’s Question, was published by Graywolf Press. He’s received fellowships from Washington State’s Artist Trust, MacDowell, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. His second collection, Remembering Lethe, was published by Able Muse Press in 2021 and reviewed by Chelsea Wagenaar in Issue 127  of Plume.

  • On Not Translating Polish Poets

    Were it not
  • Pain & Ophelia and the Nine-and-Fifty Swans

    Where to stand
  • Armorial and The World is Burning

    At least once or twice a season I take out
  • The Immortality Ode

    Bill Evans is quiet, fingers still above the keys, But ready to begin again and
  • Remembering Lethe

    Yesterday, a friend reached out:
  • A Meeting

    Of all the disappointments
  • Arête | Eurydice

    The Hemingway who wrote three stories in a crummy hotel
  • Standing by a Coppice Gate, Reading “The Darkling Thrush”

    The city gate loomed at century’s end,