Since the early 1960s American poetry has constituted something quite different from the high modernist work of Eliot, Tate, the early Lowell, and others. Two of the most prominent practitioners o...
John Jeremiah Sullivan
Part I: The Ahjah Is Coming
In discussing twentieth century American popular music and its most essential genre, the blues, there have been two main channels for getting into the history, ...
In a dark drawer he shreds the bristles
of a basting brush,
gleaning oil from the boar’s hair,
then rears, snout stained
by the bouillon cube he despoiled.
His whiskers twitch, he listens . ...
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