ASP Presents The Newest Edition to the Legacy Series PRE-ORDER HERE Autumn 2019 LINDA WATANABE MCFERRIN ON THE ASP PODCASTRead More
Grace Cavalieri Reads “Identification” “The poet Grace Cavalieri is a…truly generous friend of poetry and poets. In her writing and all she does her large-minded generosity shines.” Robert Pinsky Last week we featured Grace Cavalieri‘s brilliant poem “Safety,” about her late husband Kenneth Flynn. “Identification,” is, in many ways, the upshot of “Safety’s” diminutive ending. […]Read More
First Indian Poet to Record Poems for The Library of Congress to be interviewed by Grace Cavalieri for “The Poet and the Poem” Abhay K. is set to be the first Indian National to record poems for the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. The SAARC award winner is known as the premier literary flag-bearer […]Read More
Elizabeth Hazen sits down with Elizabeth Spires to discuss her new Poetry Collection, “A Memory of the Future” Two well-educated poets, clear admirers of one another’s work, and denizens of Baltimore sit for what must have been a rigorous yet pacific cup of tea. Hazen, author of Chaos Theories, gives a short review of […]Read More
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