Saturday, March 21, 2009


"Expositions" are, in essence, short essays about "great" contemporary and/or non-canonical poems. The idea behind this series is to allow for critical interaction with either individual poems or small clusters of poems, since such writing is hard to come by in mainstream publications. My guidelines, as such, are both nominal and (therefore) flexible, so authors are free to investigate poems they find fascinating in whatever way they see fit.

Zach Savich - A Great Poem: Norman Dubie’s “Ibis”, March 2010

Peter Ramos - More Pepper than Salt: a response to Joy Katz's "A Desk.", February 2010