vainglorious pomposities

I can’t stop touching this. (at Jack’s Donuts)

My mom saved the Philly Inquirer issue with Clark DeLeon’s mention of yours truly. Nuyce! (at Canal’s Discount Liquor Mart)

My mom saved the Philly Inquirer issue with Clark DeLeon’s mention of yours truly. Nuyce! (at Canal’s Discount Liquor Mart)

#strosepoets in the house

#strosepoets in the house

Here we are @collegeofstrose is reading poems.

Here we are @collegeofstrose is reading poems.

An “Incredible” Q and A with Erika Dreifus and Daniel Nester

I don’t remember where or when I first encountered Daniel Nester and his work. But I do recall taking special interest when he announced that his sestina anthology project had found a publisher, and I knew that this book would be one I’d want to share with all of you.

An “Incredible” Q and A with Erika Dreifus and Daniel Nester

I don’t remember where or when I first encountered Daniel Nester and his work. But I do recall taking special interest when he announced that his sestina anthology project had found a publisher, and I knew that this book would be one I’d want to share with all of you.

Family recreation of Metallica’s $5.98 EP cover. (at fox base alpha)

Family recreation of Metallica’s $5.98 EP cover. (at fox base alpha)

Behind the Sestina: Brian Henry on “Bad Apple”

Behind the Sestina: Brian Henry on “Bad Apple”

Brian Henry has published nine books of poetry, most recently Brother No One (Salt Publishing, 2013). He has translated Tomaž Šalamun’s Woods and Chalices (Harcourt, 2008) and Aleš Šteger’s The Book of Things (BOA Editions, 2010), which won the 2011 Best Translated Book Award.

We went Behind the Sestina with Henry to discuss “Bad Apple,” which is featured in The Incredible Sestina Anthology.

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