Tag Archives: Oz Hardwick

Noah Patterson – Week 37 Chapbook Chart 2020

Something walks the halls of Briar Academy at night. The students all believe the school is haunted. The sounds of footsteps, clanking chains, and the cry of a girl can be heard in the darkness. The Headmistress is at her … Continue reading

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Jenny Xie – Week 29 Chapbook Chart 2020

Nowhere to Arrive takes as its subjects the whiplash of travel, the shuttling between disparate places and climes, and an unremitting sense of dislocation. These poems court the tension between the familiar and the foreign, between the self as distinct … Continue reading

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Mary Ruefle – Week 28 Chapbook Chart 2020

“It is impossible for me to write about the imagination; it is like asking a fish to describe the sea,” Mary Ruefle announces at the start of her essay. With wit and intellectual abandon, Ruefle draws inspiration from Wittgenstein, Shakespeare, … Continue reading

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Nicole Sealey – Week 27 Chapbook Chart 2020

At turns humorous and heartbreaking, The Animal After Whom Other Animals Are Named explores in both formal and free verse what it means to die, which is to say, also, what it means to live. In this collection, Sealey displays an exquisite … Continue reading

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Yusef Komunyakaa – Week 16 Chapbook Chart 2020

The poems in Night Animals, by Yusef Komunyakaa, climb so deeply into the being of various beasts, from cricket to leopard to snowy owl, that we read them with an uncanny shiver of recognition. Without ever fully abandoning his human … Continue reading

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Seth Seong – Week 12 Chapbook Chart 2020

City, Ruby is a chapbook with an existential look inside the modern city persona – a life affected by ever-accelerating technology and the inhumane perception against the poor and working. But under it all, there are moments of pure human connection … Continue reading

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Seth Seong – Week 10 Chapbook Chart 2020

City, Ruby is a chapbook with an existential look inside the modern city persona – a life affected by ever-accelerating technology and the inhumane perception against the poor and working. But under it all, there are moments of pure human connection … Continue reading

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I. D. Brannan – Week 3 Chapbook Chart 2020

I. D. Brannan explores the art of poetry in his second poetry chapbook Something New. Ian Brannan (I. D. Brannan) is a writer, photographer, travel blogger who is currently travelling through the small towns of the U.S. His writing aims to engage … Continue reading

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William Meikle – Week 1 Chapbook Chart 2020

Ten Supernatural Short Stories giving a taster of who I am, what I do. TWITTERSPACE, SUPPLY AND DEMAND, AT THE BEACH, FLOWER OF SCOTLAND, HABIT ANIMAL, VEGETABLE, OR MINERAL, THE LAST DAY OF SUMMER, THE STRANGE CASE OF DR MCINTYRE,  … Continue reading

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Week 52 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Ed Roberson

Here is a teacher of poets studying his own assignments, questioning and seeking the generative capacity in looking at and seeing things that ends in the realisation of a poem. In a line from the brief poem “”Night Writing,”” from … Continue reading

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