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Tag Archives: poetry
We’re rounding out this last week of National Poetry Month by shining the spotlight on Jeffery Donaldson, a journeyman poet whose intelligent verses explore the ‘big questions’ surrounding language, religion, science and even death. Continue reading
Every year, we here at the Porcupine’s Quill celebrate National Poetry Month by shining a spotlight on the poetry genre. This April, we’ll be sharing blog content, emails and social media posts meant to get you excited about all the … Continue reading
GUEST POST: James Bader Explores Cohesive Narrative in a Fractured Manner in Leon Rooke’s Rank Songbirds
Rank Songbirds is the latest work by Canadian author Leon Rooke, and its structure is unlike any I have encountered before. The work is comprised of a series of poems of varying lengths, and it ends with a sonatina, which … Continue reading
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