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Another bullet poem

They are legion now, as are the bullets. This one from a moving anthology called Bullets into BellsĀ (thoughtfully edited by Brian Clements, Alexandra Teague and Dean Rader), which combines poems with reactions from survivors of gun violence: The Bullet, in … Continue reading

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At Squaw Valley

It’s the end of June, and I’m at the poetry workshop in Squaw Valley. While I hardly ever publish long poems here, I heard one tonight that just blew me away. Evie Shockley talked about how poets use time, especially … Continue reading

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