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Anna Moschovakis
Anna Moschovakis is the author of You and Three Others are Approaching a Lake, winner of the James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets, and I Have Not Been Able to Get Through to Everyone, a finalist for the Norma Farber First Book Award and a selection of the Poetry Society of America's New American Poetry Series. Currently, Moschovakis is a freelance editor, an active member of the nonprofit publishing collective Ugly Duckling Presse, and a visiting professor in the writing program at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. 'What It Means to Be Avant-Garde', excerpted here, is one of three poems in her forthcoming poetry collection, They and We Will Get into Trouble for This, which will be published later this month by Coffee House Press in the United States.

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[from] What It Means to Be Avant-Garde

poetry

February 2016

Anna Moschovakis

poetry

February 2016

This is an excerpt from the middle of a longer poem. The full poem is in Moschovakis’s forthcoming book, They and We Will Get...

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July 2012

Ways of Submission

Saskia Vogel

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July 2012

On a pale marble fountain in Dubrovnik, I posed. I pretended I too was a stone figure, water gushing...

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April 2012

Jules & moi

Heather Hartley

poetry

April 2012

80% of success is showing up. —Woody Allen   A morning of tiles, park benches & sun, green, un-...

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Issue No. 3

The Far Shore

Michael Hampton

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Issue No. 3

Windblown: gone with the summer wind. Windblown: gone with the autumn wind. Windblown: gone with the winter wind. Windblown:...

 

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