All posts tagged “poetry blogs

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Mix Tape: Carver Wasn’t Always Carver

In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: All Things Considered’s first “newspoet,” a brief history of (hyperbolic, formulaic, sometimes downright misleading) blurbs, and responses from several creative writing professors to Anis Shivani’s snarky question, “Can Creative Writing Be Taught?”

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Mix Tape: Cellar Door

In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: looking at cellar door, supposedly the most beautiful phrase in the English language, and how it pops up in pop culture; remembering poets Dorothea Tanning and Wisława Szymborska; and continuing the Great MFA Debate over at Ploughshares. Check out… Read More

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Mix Tape: Word Processing

In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: the Pushcart’s apparent bias against online journals, Microsoft Word’s effect on not only the writing process but its product, and other shiny bits of literary flotsam and jetsam.