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Entries by John Lundberg from 07/2011

Poetry Magazine Nears 100

| Posted 07.01.2011 | Media
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And after all these years, Poetry is still perhaps the most sought after poetry publication in the country.

Plums and Wheelbarrows: When Poets Disagree

| Posted 07.10.2011 | Books

Williams' red wheelbarrow poem, in fact, can be read as a direct challenge to Eliot, who had a far different view of the direction that poetry should take in the early 20th Century.

Bahrain's Young "Freedom Poet" Released From Prison

| Posted 07.17.2011 | World

When twenty-year-old Ayat al-Qurmezi emerged from her vehicle surrounded by throngs of cheering supporters, she was more than a little stunned. It was understandable, given that she'd been whisked from prison straight into the international spotlight.

Can Bradley Cooper Handle Satan?

| Posted 07.24.2011 | Entertainment

Cooper will have a tough task in trying to bring Milton's character to life. Milton's portrayal of Satan has been a subject of debate and some discomfort for centuries.

Finding Relief in Poetry's Icebox

| Posted 07.31.2011 | Books

Here, for all of you fellow summer sufferers, are four very cold poems that might help you imagine some relief from the heat (and distract you from the fact that it isn't even August).