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Afghan Women and Poetry

There’s a fantastic article up at The New York Times about Afghan women and the need to compose and share poetry (note the use of the word need there). It’s refreshing to see the kind of passion about poetry that … Continue reading

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Links: Jules Supervielle, Poetry Quiz, Digitizing of Medieval Texts, and More

Here are a couple of links I’ve looked at over the last few days. Maybe something here is of interest to you: The Times Literary Supplement has a featured poem by French poet Jules Supervielle (1884-1969) called “To Myself When Dead”. … Continue reading

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That Smell We All Love

You’ve probably been there: you’re discussing e-readers with a friend or family member, who’s quite an avid reader. At some point in the conversation, one of you will mention the experience of holding a physical book, turning pages, or even … Continue reading

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