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How a Poem Moves

A Field Guide for Readers of Poetry

Developed from Adam Sol’s popular blog, How a Poem Moves is a collection of 35 short essays that walks readers through an array of contemporary poems. Sol is a dynamic teacher, and in these … 216 View
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Friend and literary critic Adam Sol reflects on the qualities of George Murray’s poetry. 4 $0.40 Add
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How a Poem Puts Skin on a Mystery – How a Poem Shapes Memory – How a Poem Articulates a Feeling – How a Poem Crystalizes an Image

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Philip Levine, "Making Light of It" – Deborah Digges, "Stealing Lilacs in the Cemetary" – C.K. Williams, "Love: Beginnings" – Yusef Komunyakaa, … 20 $2.00 Add
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How a Poem Puts Skin on a Mystery – How a Poem Shapes Memory – How a Poem Articulates a Feeling – How a Poem Crystalizes an Image

Philip Levine, "Making Light of It" – Deborah Digges, "Stealing Lilacs in the Cemetary" – C.K. Williams, "Love: Beginnings" – Yusef Komunyakaa, … 20 $2.00 Add
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How a Poem Makes Meaning with Music – How a Poem Snapshots a Moment of Drama – How a Poem Seduces Us with Outlandishness – How a Poem Cooks Up Dark Insight – How a Poem Pushes Us Away and Beckons Us Closer

Elise Partridge, "Domestic Interior: Child Watching Mother" – Tiphanie Yanique, "My brother comes to me" – Diane Seuss, "Free beer" – Philip … 24 $2.40 Add
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How a Poem Makes Meaning with Music – How a Poem Snapshots a Moment of Drama – How a Poem Seduces Us with Outlandishness – How a Poem Cooks Up Dark Insight – How a Poem Pushes Us Away and Beckons Us Closer

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Elise Partridge, "Domestic Interior: Child Watching Mother" – Tiphanie Yanique, "My brother comes to me" – Diane Seuss, "Free beer" – Philip … 24 $2.40 Add
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How a Poem Wrestles with Its Inheritance – How a Poem Lives Between Languages – How a Poem Invites Us to Praise – How a Poem Answers Some Questions but Not Others

Rahat Kurd: "Ghazal: In the Persian" – Natalia Toledo, translated by Clare Sullivan, "Flower That Drops Its Petals" – Ross Gay, "Ode to Drinking Water from My … 25 $2.50 Add
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How a Poem Wrestles with Its Inheritance – How a Poem Lives Between Languages – How a Poem Invites Us to Praise – How a Poem Answers Some Questions but Not Others

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Rahat Kurd: "Ghazal: In the Persian" – Natalia Toledo, translated by Clare Sullivan, "Flower That Drops Its Petals" – Ross Gay, "Ode to Drinking Water from My … 25 $2.50 Add
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How a Poem Clarifies Its Blur – How a Poem Changes As We Read – How a Poem Will (Not) Save Us – How a Poem Loves a Misunderstanding

Jeff Latosik, "Aubade Photoshop" – Ali Blythe, "Shattered" – Raoul Fernandes, "Life with Tigers" – Richard Siken, "Dots Everywhere" 22 $2.20 Add
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How a Poem Clarifies Its Blur – How a Poem Changes As We Read – How a Poem Will (Not) Save Us – How a Poem Loves a Misunderstanding

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Jeff Latosik, "Aubade Photoshop" – Ali Blythe, "Shattered" – Raoul Fernandes, "Life with Tigers" – Richard Siken, "Dots Everywhere" 22 $2.20 Add
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How a Poem Mistrusts Its Idols – How a Poem Doesn’t Dish – How a Poem Impersonates a Tomato – How a Poem Seeks New Model – How a Poem Makes Itself Out of Unusual Materials

Cassidy McFadzean, "You Be the Skipper, I’ll Be the Sea" – Damian Rogers, "Ode to a Rolling Blackout" – Oliver Bendorf, "Queer Facts about … 28 $2.80 Add
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How a Poem Mistrusts Its Idols – How a Poem Doesn’t Dish – How a Poem Impersonates a Tomato – How a Poem Seeks New Model – How a Poem Makes Itself Out of Unusual Materials

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Cassidy McFadzean, "You Be the Skipper, I’ll Be the Sea" – Damian Rogers, "Ode to a Rolling Blackout" – Oliver Bendorf, "Queer Facts about … 28 $2.80 Add
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How a Poem Chooses the Apocalypse Behind Curtain #3 – How a Poem Assembles a Smashed Record for Posterity – How a Poem Tries to Connect Us, Despite the Obstacles – How a Poem Welcomes Us to the Neighbourhood

Jennifer L. Knox, "The New Let’s Make a Deal – George Murray, from "#DaydreamBereaver" – Donna Stonecipher’s "Model City [4]" – Bren … 21 $2.10 Add
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How a Poem Chooses the Apocalypse Behind Curtain #3 – How a Poem Assembles a Smashed Record for Posterity – How a Poem Tries to Connect Us, Despite the Obstacles – How a Poem Welcomes Us to the Neighbourhood

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Jennifer L. Knox, "The New Let’s Make a Deal – George Murray, from "#DaydreamBereaver" – Donna Stonecipher’s "Model City [4]" – Bren … 21 $2.10 Add