By Katie Wright

Completely Subjective: Martha Silano’s “Love”

Published in the summer 2008 edition of the Cincinnati Review and featured on 42 Miles Press, Martha Silano’s “Love” is a love poem with a dark twist. Silano is the winner of the 2010 Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize, and “Love” was chosen for the 2009 volume of Best American Poetry its abstract and contradiction-filled verse. Silano’s poem describes…

Five Questions: An Interview with Thomas Lux

Born in Northampton, Massachusetts in 1946, Thomas Lux is the Bourne Professor of Poetry at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He attended Emerson College and the University of Iowa. His most recent books, both from Houghton Mifflin, are God Particles (2008) and The Cradle Place (2004). Lux’s other collections include New and Selected Poems: 1975-1995…

The Great Poem Series: Denise Duhamel’s “How It Will End”

Published in the winter 2015/16 edition of Barrow Street, Denise Duhamel’s “How It Will End” is a poem of witness and of acceptance. It was published in Best American Poetry 2009. She has received grants and awards from numerous organizations, including a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. She is also the guest editor of…