Sunday, July 29, 2012

The State of American Poetry

News from Virginia Quarterly Review

"Hope springs eternal, especially for aspiring poets. They want their voices to be heard; they want to appear in print as well as to write their poems. One wonders: who will listen, who will read? Interesting questions."
That's Willard Spiegelman, writing in our Spring 2012 issue, in an essay titled, "Has Poetry Changed? The View From the Editor's Desk." The article and issue has been receiving attention from all corners, including The Poetry Foundation and The New Yorker.

Read Spiegelman's piece (for free) by clicking here.

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