May/June 1988

Poet Peter Viereck discusses prosody—his maxim: No to formless wildness in verse; no to rigorous strictness; yes to strict wildness.

Features

News

by Ann Keniston
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Two new publishers: Soho and Rosset; poetry comes to TV.

Strict Wildness: The Biology of Poetry

by Peter Viereck
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An article on prosody, by the author of Archer in the Marrow, which Joseph Brodsky calls "the major event in American poetry today."

Living Rooms for Literature: Literary Centers in the U.S.

by Stacy Pies
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Literary centers may have different programs and goals, but all are gathering places for writers and people who love literature. This article lists thirteen in the U.S.

Poetry on the Run

by Arthur Roth
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A writer utilizes his daily running time to memorize his favorite poems.

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