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Current Issue: 306.1 NAR Spring 2021
Happy Holidays from the North American Review!
Dead Deer in the Backyard
Things I Wish I'd Said: A Tribute to the Poet Dick Allen
Origin of Black Boy
The Dream Narrative
Sentences and Bodies
Review of Kindest Regards: New and Selected Poems
Bettina Fabos on Proud & Torn
Published: Florence Weinberger
On Creating "George and Glenda Make Dinner"
Name Your Name: On Male Confessional Poetry
An Interview with Jocelyn Cullity
The North American Review Remembers Robley Wilson
“This and That and This, Too: Musings on Collage and ‘Leaving St. Francis Hospital, the Poems of My Wife’s Back Pockets Idle’
On Writing Prompts, and a Brief Note on “Switch”
Developing "Iconography of a Storm"
Two Roads Converged
On "On Our Way to the Theater."
On "Blind Spots"
The Tide Pool of Panic
On Writing "Spinning"
Mix of Bizarre and Beautfiul
The Point of Now
Honoring the Past and Thinking for the Future
When Horace Means Harass: Translation in the Age of #Me Too
Remembering Invisibility: On Writing "Where Have the Vanished Girls Gone?"
My Job as Chief Listener
Planting Seeds: Thoughts on "The Seed Vault"
Great Aunt Mickey and Puddin' the Poodle
Poetry, Dreams, and the Creative Process
Obligation from the Elephants
Woodchuck Lodge and Slabsides on the Same Day
One That Will Stay With You Long After You've Left That World Behind | A Review
Reality vs. Imaginary: Diasporic Poetics
A Book That Pays homage to Its Own Crime Noir Tradition | A Review
What the Father Gives the Son
On "Fear of Horses"
Mary Frisbee Writes with Urgency without Skimping on Details | A Review
What the Son Gives the Father
When life catches fire around the edges, who do you want by your side?
Not a Beautiful Poem
Poetry of Philosophy, Philosophy of Poetry
Process Note on my Poem "Aspic Lipstick Fabric District Prayer" Natasha Dennerstein
Meta-Creative Nonfiction and 'Noir Girl.'
Alula, for posterity (autobiography of translation)
Found Documents from the Life of Nell Johnson Doerr
Stubbornly Enamored with Existence
Compression and the Elegant Little Mechanisms of Meaning Known as Poems
A Poem's Rabbit Song
Essay On Writing the poem “Not the thing, but the Fossil of the Thing"