Tag Archives: Ed Dorn

The Next Big Thing (Self-Interview)

I was tagged by C.E. Putnam for this project, the Next Big Thing self-interview. I tagged 6 other writers whose work I admire and will post links to their answers once they send them to me. The trick for me … Continue reading

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The Last of the 2012 American Sentences

It is one of the worst feelings I ever get and most poets have experienced it at one time or another. The lost poem. I remember Ed Dorn at the Spokane Library less than a year before his death talking … Continue reading

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Neo-Barroco: the Missing Group of the New American Poetry

Neo-Barroco: the Missing Group of the New American Poetry (Notes for a talk given at Lit Fuse, Tieton, Washington, October 8, 2010) I’ll speak today on a stream of American poetry little known by all but a few USAmericans, but … Continue reading

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