Tag Archives: January 2013

Back to the Future: Interview with Mark Jarman

Posted in January 3, 2013
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Back to the Future with Mark Jarman Author Mark Jarman Interview by PQ Contributing Editor Arthur McMaster Centennial Professor of English at Vanderbilt University, the writer Mark Jarman has championed the poetry of New Formalists for several years. We owe …

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Essay: The Poetry of Comics

Posted in January 3, 2013
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The Poetry of ComicsEssay by Dale Mettam In an attempt to expose (and by expose, I obviously mean force) some culture on my kids, I sat them down in front of a recent PBS broadcast of Wagner’s “Ring Cycle”…the whole …

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Books on the nightstand… by Ann E. Michael

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Bedside Table Series: #1 by PQ Contributing Editor Ann E. Michael Wow, where does one begin? Or more accurately, where does it all end? The books on the nightstand—which, in my case, is a blanket chest—represent a kind of temporary …

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Essay: The Instructional Dose—One Lump or Two?

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The Instructional Dose—One Lump or Two?Essay by Leslie L. Nielsen We all are taught; some of us are also teachers. Part of instruction is assertion and part of it is redirection. In a creative writing classroom, right and wrong become …

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Ghost in a Red Hat by Rosanna Warren

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Ghost in a Red HatRosanna WarrenW.W. Norton &Company Inc.,  2011 Perfect Binding,  99 pages ISBN: 978-0-393-34370-0Purchase at wwnorton.com Reviewed by PQ Contributing Editor Dawn Leas Reading Rosanna Warren’s Ghost in a Red Hat is like taking a long walk in …

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Vermont Exit Ramps by Neil Shepard

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Vermont Exit Rampsby Neil ShepardBig Table PublishingPaperback, 44 pagesISBN: 9780984956760Purchase link Reviewed by PQ Contributing Editor Brian Fanelli Anyone who has ever hopped in the car for a cross-state or cross-country road trip will find familiarity in the images in …

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