Continuing our series of post-election poems, today we share "Those Others" by Jim Moore, from his book Underground.
Another day in post-election America, another poem from a Graywolf writer: “The Future of Terror /1” by Matthea Harvey
Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, David Szalay’s All That Man Is is a paramount feat in twenty-first century storytelling, exposing the universal implications of lives so particular they can be tracked via Google Maps.
Today's poem is D. A. Powell’s “The Great Unrest,” from Useless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys.
In the coming days we will be posting passages from Graywolf writers, starting today with Claudia Rankine's very appropriate poem “Sound & Fury.”
Benjamin Percy is back just in time for Halloween, with a thrilling new nonfiction book and with his chilling rendition of Goodnight Moon.
Graywolf intern Talia Young offers a poignant appreciation for this collection of poems that grapples with not only Shinder’s mother’s illness, but his own.
The $35,000 award is given to writers in the process of completing a book of nonfiction and will support Baker’s next book, The Last Englishman, to be published by Graywolf Press in 2018.
Winner of the Cave Canem Prize in Poetry in 2015 and nominated for the National Book Award in Poetry this year, Bestiary is a fiercely beautiful collection of poems, ostriches, whales, centaurs, and mermaids, and it's mesmerizing early readers.