|Highlights of Poetry. Index of poetry. How to Write Poetry.|
How to write specific forms:
Haibun. Haiku. Hay(na)ku. Rengay. Tanka.
Concrete. Ghazal. Lai. Pantoum. Prose poem. Rondeau. Rubáiyát.
Sestina. Skaldic verse. Sonnet. Terza rima. Triolet. Tritina. Villanelle.
The Beowulf Poet.
Billy Collins exercise.
Snorri's Edda. Carl Dennis. Charles Atkinson. Corey Marks.
Franz Wright. Galway Kinnell. Gary Young. The Gawain Poet.
J. Zimmerman. Jack Gilbert. Jane Hirshfield. Jorie Graham. Karen Braucher. Karl Shapiro. Kay Ryan.
Laureate Poets: Britain; USA.
Louise Glück. Len Anderson. Li-Young Lee. Linda Pastan. Nordic Skalds. Pulitzer Poetry Prize (U.S.A).
Richard Hugo. Robert Bly. Sara Teasdale. Shiki. Snorri's Edda. Stephen Dunn. Ted Kooser. W.S. Merwin.
Borrowed World (ISBN 978-0-9792567-6-9, 72 pages, Hummingbird Press):
See other Hummingbird Press poets:
A list of favorites could, of course, include every poem in this book.
|Maggie Paul's poetry is an act of radical translation. In Borrowed World, she negotiates the treacherous region between the world as we imagine it, and the world as it really is — the world of potentiality, and the world of stark inevitability. Maggie Paul is 'haunted by the souls / of things beneath words,' and like a child opening one nesting doll after another, she is after an irreducible world — the one hidden behind the confusion of obfuscating pretenders.|
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Franz Wright. Jack Gilbert. Jorie Graham. Karen Braucher.
Li-Young Lee. Linda Pastan. Nordic Skalds. Richard Hugo. W.S. Merwin.
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