Category: language

  • Faith’s Review and Expectation by John Newton (Amazing Grace, that is)

            originally a poem     written with William Cowper (1731-1800)     by Rev. John Newton (1725-1807)     Faith’s Review and Expectation     Amazing grace! (how sweet the sound) That sav’d a wretch like me! I once was lost, but now am found, Was blind, but now I see. […]

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  • The All Time Top Ten Greatest Poems of Scotland

            In their article called Jeelie Piece Song is among our best poems, The Sunday Times of Scotland reports that “listeners of BBC Radio Scotland” have chosen Scotland’s favorite all time top 20 poems. These are included in the new book, edited by Stewart Conn, titled 100 Favourite Scottish Poems: The Nation’s […]

  • David Kirby: his poetry, Kirbyisms, & video

    _____     by David Kirby     The Search for Baby Combover                 In Paris one night the doorbell rings,             and there’s this little guy, shaking like a leaf             and going “uh-uh-uh-UNH-ah!” and his eyes […]

  • A Conversation on Experimental Fiction and Now Poetry

    _____     The argumentative aspect of a conversation on experimental fiction and now poetry, began with Scott Esposito’s posting the following in his blog, about an article John Freeman wrote: Stunning lack of experimentation in American fiction in the past 20 years? John, you’ve been reading The New York Times too much, amigo. Below […]