Poetry

At Home in Baltimore

Langdon Hammer

Four Poems

Andrew Motion

“The Last of England,” “Hawthorn,” “Surveillance,” and “Fells Point Songs”

Sound and Sense

Langdon Hammer

Five Poems

Mary Jo Salter

Shorter Means Sweeter

Langdon Hammer

Six Poems

Stephen Burt

Just Saying

Langdon Hammer

Four Poems

David Barber

More Than You Know

Jason Koo

Hold Up a Poem

Langdon Hammer

Three Poems

Rowan Ricardo Phillips

Halo

Rowan Ricardo Phillips

The Fruit of the Real

Langdon Hammer

On the Russian dolls nested in the poems of Maureen N. McLane

Three Poems

Maureen N. McLane

Mz N Nothing, Mz N Enough, Mz N Goodbye Hello, Mz N Considers the Years and Centuries

The Underworld

Brian Swann

Fidelity and the Dead Singer

Isaac Cates

for Michael Donaghy

Appetites

Langdon Hammer

The poetry of Sandra M. Gilbert

Four Poems

Sandra M. Gilbert

Delicious poems from the paintings of four masters

Three Poems

John Koethe

The Algorithmic Sublime

Langdon Hammer

The Foundling Tokens

Robert Pinsky

Three Données

Ange Mlinko

Remembrances

Langdon Hammer

Four Poems

Alan Williamson

Four Poems

Adam Fitzgerald

Four Poems

Ansel Elkins

Adventures of the Double-Headed Girl, The Girl with Antlers, Thou Shalt Not, Monogamy

Why Does a Tall Man Write Poetry?

Dick Allen

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Langdon Hammer

Manhood

Jill Bialosky

Plangent Encounters

Langdon Hammer

Two Poems

Charles Baudelaire

Translated by David Lehman

Two Poems

David Lehman

Sky Ghazaal

Robin Magowan

Creative Paralysis

Langdon Hammer

The poetry of Louise Glück

Dying Is Hard to Do

Langdon Hammer

Vision Guided by Craft

Langdon Hammer

Old Gods and Young Ghosts

Langdon Hammer

Four Poems

Robin Robertson

The Voice Is Ready to Sing

Langdon Hammer

The Parson’s Tale

Langdon Hammer

Taming Grief

Langdon Hammer

On poems by Kevin Young

John Koethe’s Red Shoes

Langdon Hammer

Letting Go: Ellen Bryant Voigt

Langdon Hammer

Homage to a Bad Boy: John Ashbery

Langdon Hammer

History and Hope: Elizabeth Alexander

Langdon Hammer

Louise Glück’s Italy of the Mind

Langdon Hammer

On a classical stage peopled by workers, wives, and lovers