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Sneak Preview of a Manuscript Making Throw Down

September 26, 2014

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On Making the Poetry Manuscript — New and Improved, Part IV — Coming Attractions As you may know, every week for the next little while I will be expanding on many of the 27 points covered in my October 2011 post about making the poetry manuscript. If you’ve not read that original post, it’s called “On […]

On Making the Poetry Manuscript — New and Improved, Part III

September 19, 2014

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As you may know, every week (usually on Wednesday) for the next little while I will be expanding on many of the 27 points covered in my October 2011 post about making the poetry manuscript. If you’ve not read that original post, it’s called “On Making The Poetry Manuscript” and is available here. This is […]

On Making the Poetry Manuscript — New and Improved, Part II

September 10, 2014

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As you may know, this and every Wednesday for the next little while I will be expanding on many of the points covered in my October, 2011 post about making the poetry manuscript. If you’ve not read that original post, it’s called “On Making The Poetry Manuscript” and is available here. This is the second […]

On Making the Poetry Manuscript — New and Improved, Part I

September 3, 2014

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This and every Wednesday for the next little while I will be expanding on many of the 27 points covered in my earlier post about making the poetry manuscript. If you’ve not read that original post, it’s called “On Making The Poetry Manuscript” (October 12, 2011) and is available here. But first . . . […]

On Reading and Reading Fees — How Things Happen Around Here

July 8, 2014

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Let me remind you at the outset that all July at Tupelo Press we’re reading Open Submissions of poetry (both full-length and chapbook-length manuscripts). Note also, for poets interested in first-hand guidance on writing for publication along with forthright, behind-the-scenes looks at how the world of poetry publishing works, we’re offering three poetry seminars in […]

My Favorite 14-Year-Old Interviews Me

September 6, 2013

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  Last spring I was interviewed, rather informally by a 14-year-old boy, one I happen to know quite well, whose school project was to recreate a Studs Terkel “Working” sort of oral history, and who rather inexplicably chose me as his subject. I saved that transcript for later, and here, as I enter my 15th […]

Devotions of the Ear

January 9, 2013

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This is the first installment of a three-part exploration that privileges the role that sound and silence play in making the poem. I mean most particularly to explore the sounds that sound longs for inside the poem – sounds of the outer world and, as well, those felt whirrings inside the body. This is all […]

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