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Poem of the Day: 'The Blue Booby' by James Tate

The Blue Booby by James Tate

The blue booby lives
on the bare rocks of Galápagos
and fears nothing.
It is a simple life:
they live on fish, 143 more words

Poem

An Oh-So-Modern Wednesday Poem: James Tate

The Definition Of Gardening

Jim just loves to garden, yes he does.
He likes nothing better than to put on
his little overalls and his straw hat. 249 more words

Art

Week 29 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Tony Hoagland

No knocking Tony Hoagland off the top spot as Hard Rain graces the number 1 position on the UK Chapbook Chart once again. Hard Rain is consistently the most popular of chapbooks in the UK and remains a favourite amongst readers throughout the world. 211 more words

Week 28 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Tony Hoagland

No knocking Tony Hoagland off the top spot as Hard Rain graces the number 1 position on the UK Chapbook Chart once again. Hard Rain is consistently the most popular of chapbooks in the UK and remains a favourite amongst readers throughout the world. 244 more words

Week 27 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Tony Hoagland

Once again Hard Rain by Tony Hoagland graces the number 1 position on the UK Chapbook Chart. Hard Rain is consistently the most popular of chapbooks in the UK and remains a favourite amongst readers throughout the world. 244 more words

Week 26 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Tony Hoagland

Once again Hard Rain by Tony Hoagland graces the number 1 position on the UK Chapbook Chart. Hard Rain is consistently the most popular of chapbooks in the UK and remains a favourite amongst readers throughout the world. 225 more words

this week @ the New York Times: James Tate & the Afterlife

James Tate – The Afterlife

A man fell out of the tree in our backyard. I ran over
to help him. “Would you like some tea?” I said. 31 more words