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Submissions from 2018

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MIA: The Liberal Men We Love, Amy Butcher

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Visiting Writers Series: Amy Butcher, Amy Butcher

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Women These Days, Amy Butcher

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Consolation Puppies: A Graphic Essay, Amy Butcher and Martha Park

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From MFA Thesis To Published Book, Amy Butcher, Nicole Walker, Catina Bacote, and Kelly Sundberg

Submissions from 2017

Second Coming, D.B. Borton

Smoke, D.B. Borton

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Bare Necessities, Amy Butcher

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Gradient, Amy Butcher

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How the Depressed Find Solace on Yik Yak, Believe It or Not, Amy Butcher

Taking Shape, Amy Butcher

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What a Third-Grade Geography Lesson Taught Me About a Woman’s Place In the World, Amy Butcher

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What I Learned From Visiting the Grave of My Mom’s Teenage Boyfriend, Amy Butcher

Introduction, David Caplan

Making Love in Mirrors: Hip-Hop Seduction Rhyme, David Caplan

On Rhyme, David Caplan

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Review of American Anger: An Evidentiary, by H.L. Hix, David Caplan

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Review of Selfish: Poems, by Albert Goldbarth, David Caplan

The Art of Exclusion: Form and Prosody in American Poetry Since 1970, David Caplan

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Basket Becomes Codex: A Poem by Trevino Brings Plenty in the Portland Art Museum, Karen Poremski

Building Canoes, Building Poetry: Cultural Revival in the Voyages of Hōkūle’a and the Poetry of Craig Santos Perez, Karen Poremski

Submissions from 2016

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Review of Eleanor Marx: A Life, by Rachel Holmes, Mark Allison

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Emoji Feminism, Amy Butcher

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Flight Behavior, Amy Butcher

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Pokémon Go See the World in Its Splendor, Amy Butcher

Memory halves whatever it touches...., David Caplan

Submissions from 2015

Visiting Hours: A Memoir of Friendship and Murder, Amy Butcher

Imaginary Jews, David Caplan

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Cultural Trauma and Christian Identity in the Late Medieval Heroic Epic, The Siege of Jerusalem, Patricia DeMarco

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Voicing the Bones: Heid Erdrich's Poetry and the Discourse of NAGPRA, Karen Poremski

Submissions from 2014

Rhyme's Challenge: Hip Hop, Poetry, and Contemporary Rhyming Culture, David Caplan

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A Sisterhood of Sleuths: The Gothic Heroine, the Girl Detective, and their Readers, Lynette Carpenter

Submissions from 2013

City Park, March or April, David Caplan

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In a Hotel, David Caplan

Submissions from 2012

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The Importance of Ernest: Poetic Vanguardism and Popular Revolution in Capel Lofft’s Forgotten Epic, Mark Allison

Absence as Form, David Caplan

Hip-Hop Doggerel, David Caplan

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What Was New Formalism?, David Caplan

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Backwards, Michelle Disler

[BOND, JAMES]: alphabet, anatomy, [auto]biography, Michelle Disler

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Toward an Early Modern Theory of Trauma: Conscience in Richard III, Zackariah Long

Submissions from 2011

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Utopian Socialism, Women's Emancipation, and the Origins of Middlemarch, Mark Allison

Obama and the Poets - Review of Starting Today: 100 Poems for Obama's First 100 Days, edited by Rachel Zucker and Arielle Greenberg, David Caplan

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This World Is Just, David Caplan

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Baptism, Michelle Disler

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Christmas Crime Scene, Michelle Disler

Cutting His Hair, Michelle Disler

Rocks, Michelle Disler

Temporarily Away, Michelle Disler

Modernism and the Women's Popular Romance in Britain, 1885-1925, Martin Hipsky

Living Folklore: An Introduction to the Study of People and Their Traditions, Martine L. Stephens and Martha C. Sims

Submissions from 2010

In the World He Created According to His Will, David Caplan

Of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, David Caplan

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[BOND, James] : anatomy—drinks, Michelle Disler

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Building, Michelle Disler

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Hard to Say, Michelle Disler

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Lucky Number, Michelle Disler

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The James Bond Alphabet, Michelle Disler

Submissions from 2009

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For the Washing of Hands, David Caplan

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For the Washing of Hands, David Caplan

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Reduced to Rhyme: On Contemporary Doggerel, David Caplan

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Since Sleep is One-Sixtieth of Death, David Caplan

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White Stone, David Caplan

Submissions from 2008

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Violence, Law and Ciceronian Ethics in Chaucer's Tale of Melibee, Patricia DeMarco

Submissions from 2007

Eight Miles High: A Cat Caliban Mystery, D.B. Borton

Three is a Crowd: A Cat Caliban Mystery, D.B. Borton

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Ethical Suffering: On the Work of Alan Shapiro, David Caplan

Poetic Form: An Introduction, David Caplan

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"That Grotesque and Laughable Word": Rethinking Patriotism in Time of War, David Caplan

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Language and Narrative Technique in Toni Morrison's Novels, Judylyn S. Ryan

Submissions from 2006

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The Corellian Romance Contra Modernity: The Treasure of Heaven and Innocent, Martin Hipsky

Submissions from 2005

Questions of Possibility: Contemporary Poetry and Poetic Form, David Caplan

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Whitman in Liège, David Caplan

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An Arthur for the Ricardian Age: Crown, Nobility, and the Alliterative Morte Arthure, Patricia DeMarco

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William Cowper: The Task, Joseph Musser

Roads to Reconciliation: Conflict and Dialogue in the Twenty-First Century, Karen Poremski and Amy Benson Brown

Spirituality as Ideology in Black Women's Film and Literature, Judylyn S. Ryan

Living Folklore: An Introduction to the Study of People and Their Traditions, Martine L. Stephens and Martha C. Sims

Submissions from 2004

Seventh Deadly Sin, D.B. Borton

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"In That Thicket of Bitter Roots": The Ghazal in America, David Caplan

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Prosody After the Poetry Wars, David Caplan

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A Conversation with Charles Bernstein, David Caplan and Charles Bernstein

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William Cowper, Joseph Musser

A Scene At The End, Robert Olmstead

The Death of Rene LaJoi, Robert Olmstead

The Stillness of Nature, Robert Olmstead

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Outing the Black Feminist Filmmaker in Julie Dash's Illusions, Judylyn S. Ryan

Submissions from 2003

Anthologizing New Formalism, David Caplan

Rafael Campo, David Caplan

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My Husband and Your Story, Robert Olmstead

The Probability of Great Events Sets Life in Motion, Robert Olmstead

Unknown Waters, Robert Olmstead

You Have to Die Somewhere, Robert Olmstead

Dismantling Slavery's Master--Narratives Through African Diaspora Cinema, Judylyn S. Ryan