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  • June 14, 2010    

    Philip Schultz won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 2008 for his book of poems, “Failure.” He is the founder and director of the Writers Studio in New York. Schultz’s latest book, “The God of Loneliness: Selected and New Poems,” came out in April.
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  • June 7, 2010    

    Philip Schultz won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 2008 for his book of poems, “Failure.” He is the founder and director of the Writers Studio in New York. Schultz’s latest book, “The God of Loneliness: Selected and New Poems,” came out in April.
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  • May 31, 2010    

    Wyatt Prunty, who served in the Navy during Vietnam, responds to the NewsHour’s broadcast of photos of American soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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  • May 27, 2010   BY  

    Though Allen Ginsberg will forever be remembered as an influential poet, he also documented his life through photos. The exhibit, “Beat Memories: The Photos of Allen Ginsberg,” showcases more than 80 photos captured through his camera.
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  • May 24, 2010   BY  

    New Directions has just put out “Dylan Thomas: The Collected Poems.” It’s a republication of the original edition, as selected by the poet himself, and the introduction is by Paul Muldoon, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and professor at Princeton University.
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  • May 24, 2010   BY  

    Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night” is included in the recently republished “Dylan Thomas: Collected Poems” by New Directions, with a new introduction by poet Paul Muldoon. Jeffrey Brown talked to Muldoon last week about Thomas and the collection.
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  • May 17, 2010    

    Farzaneh Milani is also one of the translators of Simin Behbahani, Iran’s foremost living poet. Behbahani has published 19 books of poems, two collections of short stories, a memoir of her late husband and numerous literary articles, essays and interviews.
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  • May 10, 2010   BY  

    C.K. Williams has published many books of poetry, including “Repair,” which won the 2000 Pulitzer Prize, “The Singing ,” which won the 2003 National Book Award, and “Flesh and Blood,” winner of the National Book Critics Circle Prize in 1987.
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  • May 6, 2010   BY  

    This year, C.K. Williams is out with two volumes: “Wait,” a collection of new poems, and “On Whitman,” an exploration of the work and genius of that great American poet.
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  • May 3, 2010   BY  

    Jehanne Dubrow is the author of three poetry collections: “The Hardship Post,” “From the Fever-World” and most recently “Stateside,” which is an exploration of the long history of military wives waiting for their husbands to return from war.
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