“Dear Poetry, Having found your address early and by accident, I’ve been writing you most of my life. Yet, I’ve never thanked you for your replies, perhaps because at first I was so surprised to receive them, perhaps because…” >>.
At the beginning of the 5th century, attempting to eradicate the culture and learning they saw as “pagan,” Christian mobs pulled down the monuments and temples of Alexandria and murdered intellectuals and writers. Palladas, sometimes called “the last pagan poet,” was a reluctant witness to the events of his time. >>
Recent Work Online
Poems from Letter to Poetry >> at Annex Press
“Frankie & Johnny” from Letter to Poetry >> at X-Peri
Two groups of poems from Simple Syrup at Across the Margin: One & Two