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Midwest Writers Podcast from Personal Rejection Letter

Personal Rejection Letter is a great podcast from two Midwest writers with day jobs. Dan and Kelly discuss “the seedy underbelly of the lit life.” So far in their first two episodes they have had plenty to say about the trumpifying question of … Continue reading

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Why Poetry

I like the why toward the end, where Robert Hass says, “Paradise Lost was printed in an edition of no more than 1,500 copies and transformed the English language. Took a while. Wordsworth had new ideas about nature: Thoreau read … Continue reading

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Along With the Cold Will Come a New 2River

Visit 2River on the first day of winter for the 21.2 issue of 2RV, with new poems by Lee Robison, Ayla Fudala, Paulette Guerin, Kathryn Jacobs, Babo Kamel, Mary Kasimor, Mercedes Lawry, Mae Remme, Jeanne Wagner, and William Walsh.

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2River Says Twitter Like a Trump

It’s hard to find online info about poets against Donald Trump. To let you know, 2River opposes him. Spread the word of #poetsagainsttrump. — 2River (@2weetRiver) October 12, 2016  

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Cool Fall Issue of 2RV

It’s here! the Fall 2016 issue of 2RV, with new poems by Scott Edward Anderson, Walter Bargen, Lana Bella, Michelle Brooks, Vincent Casaregola, Ja’net Danielo, Daniel Fitzpatrick, Christien Gholson, Vincent Poturica, William Rector, and Amanda Wells. Richard Long takes photographs … Continue reading

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Fall 2RV a Week Away

The cool 21_1 (Fall 2016) issue of The 2River View is just a week away! Meanwhile, enjoy this poem from the issue. Vincent Cassaregola Seasonal Disorder Trees etch themselves deftly, carefully, on a watercolor wash of blue-grey sky, their unleaved branches … Continue reading

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A Poem for Day 2 of National Poetry Month

“Desolate, My Desolate” Catherine Connell The 2River View, 20.3 (Spring 2016)

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