There is so much going on in the poetry world right now--debates, discussions, new work, reviews, philosophizing, etc. I thought I'd list a few of the interesting posts I've been reading lately.
Josse has a thoughtful post about the legistlative threat to our national park system, and one with another lovely poem by Mark Wunderlich.
Rolling Thunder's BZoo Radio--you can stream their station live. They offer folk, bluegrass, rock and spoken poetry. Where else can you get that mix?
Jordan's long poem Their Fields is published as an ebook.
Gilbert won the Golden Point award for English language poetry.
Dead Poet discusses the differences between poetry and prose.
Robin asks which New Orleans writers are important to us, and chimes in on the discussion about poetry contests.
Roger weighs in on "Ars Poetica."
Whimsy Speaks takes issue with Alan Gilbert's declaration that desire has been "hijacked" by capitalist culture.
Gabriel wonders if mediocrity is "abundant in today's poetry."