Katy Didden on the “Great Distance” Poems of Marianne Moore, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and Layli Long Soldier
The Phosphorescence of Thought Peter O’Leary The Cultural Society, 2013 Companion Grasses Brian Teare Omnidawn, 2013 In a 2012 group interview “Imagining Ecopoetics,” Brenda Hillman draws an apt metaphor between endangered species and endangered forms of thought: One of the things ecopoetics tries to do is reconfigure the poem so as to include some of the endangered thought species. Poets keep track of radical and intimate encounters with the nonhuman. These encounters … include the permission to record the unacceptable or dysfunctional perception, the excess of feeling, or the integration of mythic states with other states.
By Jay Aquinas Thompson | Contributing Editor | I’m looking for new ways to make sense.