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The American Poetry Review

March/April 2021
Magazine

The American Poetry Review reaches a worldwide audience six times a year with the finest contemporary poetry, columns, interviews, photos, translations, and reviews. Every issue includes new voices, established masters, and exciting new translations.

American Poetry Review

from TRADING RIFFS TO SLAY MONSTERS

IT HAS THEM WITHIN ITSELF AS AN IMAGE IN A MIRROR

TWO POEMS

THE ZUIHITSU AND THE TOADSTOOL

Parking Lots

TWO POEMS

MY NEW BOSS HAS BEEN THINKING A LOT ABOUT TIME

TWO POEMS

AFTER ANOTHER LOW CUT FADE BEFORE THE QUARANTINE

TEN POEMS

“A LETTER WRITTEN IN RED JUICE” • A Review of Norma Jeane Baker of Troy by Anne Carson

PRINCE READING TONI MORRISON 1987 TONI MORRISON DANCING TO PRINCE 1974

ULTRAMARINE

TWO POEMS

LANGUAGE DOES NOT SERVE US ALL. SO WHAT WILL? • Stillness and Recognition in Taylor Johnson’s Inheritance

YEARS, THE WOODS FELT FOREIGN HERE

FOR LINDA TIRADO

FIVE POEMS • from Us from Nothing, a Lyrical History

TWO POEMS

THREE POEMS

TWO POEMS

DECENTRAL AMERICA • The poetry of Sheila Maldonado: An appreciation of that’s what you get

DRAGPHRASIS: ALEXIS MATEO CALLS HOME THE TROOPS WITH A DEATH DROP

IN MEMORY OF JEAN VALENTINE


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 40 Publisher: World Poetry, Inc Edition: March/April 2021

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  • Release date: March 1, 2021

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English

The American Poetry Review reaches a worldwide audience six times a year with the finest contemporary poetry, columns, interviews, photos, translations, and reviews. Every issue includes new voices, established masters, and exciting new translations.

American Poetry Review

from TRADING RIFFS TO SLAY MONSTERS

IT HAS THEM WITHIN ITSELF AS AN IMAGE IN A MIRROR

TWO POEMS

THE ZUIHITSU AND THE TOADSTOOL

Parking Lots

TWO POEMS

MY NEW BOSS HAS BEEN THINKING A LOT ABOUT TIME

TWO POEMS

AFTER ANOTHER LOW CUT FADE BEFORE THE QUARANTINE

TEN POEMS

“A LETTER WRITTEN IN RED JUICE” • A Review of Norma Jeane Baker of Troy by Anne Carson

PRINCE READING TONI MORRISON 1987 TONI MORRISON DANCING TO PRINCE 1974

ULTRAMARINE

TWO POEMS

LANGUAGE DOES NOT SERVE US ALL. SO WHAT WILL? • Stillness and Recognition in Taylor Johnson’s Inheritance

YEARS, THE WOODS FELT FOREIGN HERE

FOR LINDA TIRADO

FIVE POEMS • from Us from Nothing, a Lyrical History

TWO POEMS

THREE POEMS

TWO POEMS

DECENTRAL AMERICA • The poetry of Sheila Maldonado: An appreciation of that’s what you get

DRAGPHRASIS: ALEXIS MATEO CALLS HOME THE TROOPS WITH A DEATH DROP

IN MEMORY OF JEAN VALENTINE


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