Alan Michael Parker’s a guest author for the Best American Poetry blog for the last two weeks of September. Check out his posts–beginning with “Eleven Questions for Eleven Poets,” Part I–and soon to include articles such as “Bad Workshops,” “Bad Poems,” and “Poems …
Come on downtown, family, friends, and poet-fiends: AMP will be reading on September 25 at 5 p.m. at The Slipper Room on Orchard Street, along with Lucas Mann, Sarah McElwain, and Clint Smith (whose own book is just out). Yes, it’s a …
An AMP interview with the SUNY-Brockport Writers Forum has been digitized here, from October of 2004. Look how young everyone looks. That’s even Ralph Black pretending to be a much younger Ralph Black; here’s a Ralph Black poem I love.
Here’s a new interview with Cade Scott–who asks some dandy questions–at “Writers on Record.”
A new AMP poem drops at Subtropics, thanks to editor Sidney Wade and the intrepid staff. To go with, a little interview conducted by Olga Rukovets and Tara Tatum, featuring a cameo by Ghandi’s father and a dog named Issa.
Here’s a panel discussion from November at Davidson College, featuring Amy Bagwell, Jeff Jackson, and L. Lamar Wilson. AMP moderated, Carmine Starnino published the proceedings at Partisan.
Here’s a new poem, courtesy of The Sun. Thanks to Sy and Carol Ann and the intrepid folks who all helped to make the poem better. Thanks to Asta, the Wonder Dog.