October 14, 2015

Elitism and American Poetry

By Amit Majmudar

  The question of “the audience of poetry” is one that vexes poets and critics endlessly in our country. There are, on this as on so many other issues, two camps, […]

April 20, 2010

The Verray Parfit Praktisour

By Jay Thompson

Sam put it that, in the good-books spectrum, there’s popular writing (Red Dragon, The Time Traveler’s Wife) (“easy”)– shading into Great Literature (Nightwood, Ulysses, Omensetter’s Luck) (“hard”)– shading into the […]