Free Ferry, a long narrative poem by Ann Cefola, juxtaposes the daily life of an American child with the development of nuclear technology in the mid-twentieth century.
It's difficult to write the biography of a poet, but Robert and Mary Bagg do so successfully in their study of Richard Wilbur.
Charlie Baylis reviews UK poet Rupert M. Loydell's "Inner Space Ghost Machine," a selection of eclectic, experimental poems.
"In Skoyles’ best work, wit cuts deep into the business of staying alive." Poet and contributing editor Joyce Peseroff reviews John Skoyles's latest two poetry collections.
Drawing parallels between award-winning writer and WTP contributing editor Joyce Peseroff and Shakespeare.
Contributing Editor, Joyce Peseroff reviews this latest anthology of New York Women Poets thematically organized by the story of Eve.
Contributing Editor, Joyce Peseroff reviews Rae Armantrout's poetry book Versed with some help from the back-cover blurbs.