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- 6From:Hollins Critic (Vol. 32, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedColleagues in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln English Department frequently describe my own poetry as "darker than dark." "Who are your influences?" they demand, striding away, visions of Sylvia Plath, Charles...
- 8From:The Literary Review (Vol. 41, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedAnd if the Romantics taught us to view death as morbid, what can we unlearn? In this cemetery, the usual plethora of tiny white crosses, stones crumbling back decades until the mind can't orbit centuries...
- 9From:Hollins Critic (Vol. 29, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedI am a poet of excess. Definition, "poet of excess": writer who craves the piled-up instead of the pared-down. I recall sitting, as a child, in the darkened classroom as the projector whirred and I waited for the first...
- 10From:Hollins Critic (Vol. 30, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedImagine this. You are a lectured-into-submission child, attending another dull Protestant church service with your parents. The ordinariness of your life has driven you into a repressed fury that makes your stomach knot...
- 11From:Hollins Critic (Vol. 33, Issue 5) Peer-ReviewedWhen I was a child and hours inched with gargantuan infinitude beyond me, past me, I can remember my near-sensual craving, the detail-mongering distilled into a ravenousness, the morning a crow flapped down into my...
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