Chard DeNiord

DeNiord Chard

Chard deNiord is author of six books of poetry, including Interstate, The Double Truth, and Night Mowing. His new book of interviews with nine contemporary poets, I Would Lie To You If I Could, appeared in July of this year from the University of Pittsburgh Press. He is the poet laureate of Vermont and lives in Westminster West, Vermont.

  • Suspense, Suspension, and the Sublime in the Poetry of Robert Frost

    Suspense, Suspension, and the Sublime in the Poetry of Robert Frost     Robert Frost was a sublime poet who…

    Issue #97 September 2019
  • The Other by Chard DeNiord

    THE OTHER In his great book The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, William Blake records some of his wisest lines…

    Issue #90 February 2019
  • Can Poetry Save America by Chard DeNiord

    CAN POETRY SAVE AMERICA? Czelaw Milosz, the twentieth century Polish poet and Nobel laureate who became a U.S. citizen in…

    Issue #88 December 2018
  • Vesper

    The sky is blue for reasons other than atmospheric ones.
  • AT THE SLEEP CLINIC

    I sat in the parking lot of the sleep clinic
  • Chard deNiord: SWIMMING IN THE DROWNED RIVER OF CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN POETRY

    As a poet, essayist, and interviewer for the past twenty five years, I have struggled with a compound question that…

    Issue #69 April 2017
  • THE DAY

    History sings “misery, misery.”
  • The Muse Writes Luis Jorge Borges A Letter On His 86th Birthday

    The night has entered your eyes