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An Exhortation to Submit Your Work To Us

john updike by david levineWell, now that we’ve inauguarated our new blog with its first poem, we discovered that they won’t allow us into blogflux until we have been alive for seven whole days and published at least five posts. So I’ll rush a few lines off.

We welcome anyone who writes poetry to submit to APA. You don’t even need to be American or live abroad. All you need is to write decent verses. We are not promising that you will be the next Ted Kooser or even Samuel Geenberg, but it’s an alternative to reading in the mirror. Weigh your options. John Updike is still kicking, you know.  See About for details.

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Contrasting Views

"Literalism is a feature of boorish translators." Cicero "The clumsiest literal translation is a thousand times more useful than the prettiest paraphrase." Nabokov

The Faerie Queene

"John Ashbery said reading the Faerie Queene was like reading an endless beautiful comic strip." Kenneth Koch

Sigmund Freud

"Everywhere I go, I find a poet has been there before me."

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