Poet and teacher Linda Gregg discusses imagery, travel, marriage, and her newest book, The Sacraments of Desire.
The Grolier Bookshop
A visit to the landmark "poetry only" bookstore in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
"The writing felt as joyless as a bad marriage," says a fiction writer after completing a commercial nonfiction book.
Fat With Rejection
A review of rejection letters, from the acrimonious to the zealous.
An Interview With Linda Gregg
Poet and teacher Linda Gregg discusses imagery, travel, marriage, and her newest book, The Sacraments of Desire (Graywolf Press, 1991).
William Joyce, Street Poet
With Walt Whitman and Henry Miller as his inspiration, a Washington, D.C., poet discovers that he can "sell poetry to anybody, at any time, anywhere."
News and Trends
New Venue for the Short Story
The University of Texas Press launches American Short Fiction—a new quarterly devoted entirely to the short form.
Book-of-the-Month Club Offers Poetry Anthology as Main Selection
Book-of-the-Month Club promotes a poetry book for the first time in fifty years.