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The Kenyon Review Blog by Laura Maylene Walter - 2M ago
I’m deep in the Submittable queue of submissions for the literary journal I edit, and as always, I’m pulled in opposing directions. I want to work quickly so I can…

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The Kenyon Review Blog by Margaree Little - 2M ago
“Icarus Does the Dishes,” by Tommye Blount, appears in the Mar/Apr issue of the Kenyon Review It is strange to write from an editorial perspective, which presupposes power, about a…

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The Kenyon Review Blog by Abigail Wadsworth Serfass - 2M ago
Visit us March 8-10, at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference at the Tampa Convention Center & Marriott Tampa Waterside. On Saturday, March 10th, the book fair, with…

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Last year, I wrote about the challenges of trying to have meaningful conversations in such a public, frantic-paced space like AWP. This year, I’m looking forward to my time in…

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Animism, or the belief that nature has a soul, only provides a partial way in to Roethke’s poetry. He doesn’t merely believe in the existence of a soul in nature;…

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I I was standing You were there Two worlds collided And they could never tear us apart —“Never Tear Us Apart,” INXS A year ago, when we first met, you…

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The Kenyon Review Blog by Shauna Osborn - 3M ago
We rarely talk about how cultural hegemony works within the process of gentrification, although the process itself is inherently one of cultural and social environment change. We talk about the…

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    We harness ourselves over and over wherever hope is a yellow short. —“Nomad,” Robin Beth Schaer Decades later, no, I still can’t let it go: that Rosh Hashanah my…

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According to its dictionary definition, a flâneur is little more than a loiterer, but to thinkers such as Walter Benjamin and Charles Baudelaire this figure plays the role of a…

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The Trump administration budget request for fiscal year 2019 made the news this week due to many of the changes proposed. There are now tons of articles discussing the drastically…

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