We are always seeking weird, insightful, exploratory essays that pertain (in one way or another) to the poet in the world. Writings need not adhere to a particular methodology, and hybridity is encouraged. In terms of practice, Julie Carr's "The poet scholar" is a great point of reference. For representative essays, see Elizabeth Robinson's intro to Poetic Faith and Theodore Sabo's "Renaissance portraits."

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joe [at] poetsonearth [dot] com


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