Written with a perceptive and understanding eye, the poetry collection “Scape” by Luci Shaw is about the beauty of creation and the creative act.
Poets and Poems considers a new collection of 150 poems by Nicholas Samaras, each in the form of a psalm. “American Psalm, World Psalm” speaks to the heart.
Poets and Poems: Scott Cairns’s “Idiot Psalms” demonstrates his skill as one of the most accomplished poets writing about the human heart today.
In Poets and Poems, we look at Ted Hughes’ “Crow, ” published in 1970, representing a significant shift for the poet and a milestone in 20th century poetry.
Poets and Poems features the German poet SAID’s new collection of poetry, 99 Psalms, which is less about worship and more about our human condition.
Mark Jarman’s poetry is such that one gets interested in his background, personality, where he comes from, and how all this finds its way into his poems.
Glynn Young reviews Rainer Maria Rilke’s “Prayers of a Young Poet, ” a wonderfully engaging collection, adding new insight to both the man and his poetry.
This is not the poetry of Mideast politics but the poetry of people – peoples – caught up in Mideast politics, whether the scene is set in the Auschwitz death camp or the Aida refugee camp.