"Reading Dickinson in French is a kind of antidote to the agitation, beauty, and confusion so brilliantly aroused by, and housed in, her poems." Catherine Barnett writes beautifully on her discovery over at the Poetry Society .
Grace Cavalieri continues her monthly poetry roundup for the Washington Independent Review of Books. This month she shines her generous light on books by Ava Leavell Haymon, Stephen Dunn, Tom Kirlin, Mark Tredinnick, and Diane Wakoski, among others.
The Boston Review publishes Sandra Simond's Notes on Nursery Rhymes.
Cave Canem hosts an old-fashioned rent party in Brooklyn's Dumbo. Go. Contribute. Dance.
Here's where we highlight two of our favorite multi-taskers: Grace Cavalieri interviews Linda Lee Bukowski, restored and published for the first time by Didi Menendez.
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