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The Both-And Principle: Zagajewski’s Dichotomies

By Norman Minnick

In Krzysztof Kieslowski’s film The Double Life of Veronique we are presented with a box that is being opened by a pair of hands. 1,793 more words


In the latest issue of The Writer’s Chronicle, “Oh Baby!” contributor Norman Minnick defends Robert Bly as well as anyone can. It is a spirited, studied show of support for a poet Minnick readily aligns with Walt Whitman—and not just for the ostentatious hair. 563 more words

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The Spiritual & The Untranslatable: Three Anthologies

Between Water & Song: New Poets for the Twenty-First Century, ed. Norman Minnick (White Pine Press) $17

Includes: Ruth Forman, Ilya Kaminsky, Malena Mörling, Kevin Goodan, Jay Leeming, Terrance Hayes, Luljeta Lleshanaku, Sherwin Bitsui, Maria Melendez, Valzhyna Mort, Eugene Gloria, Brian Turner, Joshua Poteat, Maurice Manning, & Chris Abani… 799 more words