WDSRB #1

A   S Y M P O S I U M
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ON THE WORK OF FRANZ WRIGHT 

Franz Wright’s God: Hildred Crill reviews Walking to Martha’s Vineyard

A Note on Franz Wright’s Work: Ilya Kaminsky surveys Wright’s poetry from earlier poems to more recent collections.

In My Father’s House There Are Many Rooms: Justin Marks discusses the issues of fatherhood in the work of James Wright & Franz Wright

Reconciliation and Healing: Harvey Shepard looks at one of Franz Wright’s recent shorter poems.

You Don’t Remember Me: Franz Wright’s The Night World And the Word Night and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Foreworld discussed by Justin Marks

In Conversation: Tim Willcutts interviews Franz Wright

F A I L U R E S   O F   T H E    F A M O U S
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NEITHER BEAUTY NOR TRUTH


Neither Beauty Nor Truth: Harvey Shepard speaks about the failure of Anne Carson’s Beauty of the Husband 

  O F    H I S T O R Y
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WRITING  AFTER  HOLOCAUST 

Three Person Monty in the Third Reich: Michael Odom discusses Tales of Grabowski by John Auerbach

Darkling by Anna Rabinowitz’s reviewed by Rachel Barenblat

  F O R M A L    M U S I C
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PLEASURES  FOR  THE  EAR 

American Wits, an anthology of light verse edited by John Hollander is examined by Boris Dralyuk


E A S T   /  W E S T
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NEW  EUROPE 

Thank You For Not Reading by Dubravka Ugresic is reviewed by Rachael Rakes

D E B U T 
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FIRST COLLECTION OF POEMS or PROSE 

Susan Kan reviews Margaret Szumowski’s first book, I Want This World

  S H O R T   F I C T I O N
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A STORY 

State Trooper by Tennessee Jones

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