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Interview with Robert Glück

Interview with Robert Glück

by Tony Leuzzi

  Part I For a voice level, say something. My heart aches and a drowsy numbness pains my sense. Keats? The first line of “Ode to a Nightingale.” Wow. I would not have expected you to quote one of the Romantics! Keats is where I got my start. He’s my guide in a sense: his […]

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Sherwood Forest, by Camille Roy

Sherwood Forest, by Camille Roy

Review by Alyse Bensel Sherwood Forest Camille Roy Futurepoem Books, 2011 ISBN: 978-0982279854 128 pp Paperback: $16.00 Sherwood Forest, Camille Roy’s sixth poetry collection, exposes the performance of gender. Marginalized people populate their own world that sweeps across the book’s pages. These poems reenact and reconfigure social norms, disorienting yet evolving throughout the book in […]