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  • A Hard Day's Century
  • A Hard Day's Century

    Book Review: The Immigrant's Contract
    It does Barton poet Leland Kinsey no disservice to say that his latest volume of poetry is as gripping a read as a great…

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  • A Spring Landscape
  • A Spring Landscape

    The raw brightness of blue air, acuity of lawn grass salvaging green from a past exposed, and luster of snow’s blank white, tethering distant…

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  • Adam in the Graveyard

    How cold it is, that white sun smoking overhead, powerful contours of snow braiding, dividing around the stones, sheeting and rumpling as if something were…

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  • Adding It Up
  • Adding It Up

    Review of Young of the Year by Sydney Lea
    Lea never spares himself, nor are these sentimental poems. Same as novels and movies, poems have plots: Boy meets girl. Boy loses girl. Boy…

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  • Back Talk

    HAIL, FRANZONI: Rutland may be a long way from ancient Rome, but that didn’t stop a Green Mountain Boy from dreaming up Gladiator. “It’s my…

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    BETTING ON BUDDHA: “To get on once is great. To get on three times is outrageous,” David Budbill says of his three-week streak on Garrison…

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    KENNEDY CONNECTION: Kevin Costner plays a convincing Kennedy confidant in the new movie 13 Days. That’s according to the son of the man who held…

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  • Bird Land

    Book Review: Dark Wild Realm by Michael Collier
    By the spring of 414 B.C., when Aristophanes' play The Birds debuted on the Greek stage, Athenians were weary of their government's imperialism. The Peloponnesian…

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  • Down Town

    Book Review: New York: A Haibun Journey by Marc Awodey
    The staggering verticality of New York City's skyscrapers provides a high perch for David, the narrator of Burlington poet Marc Awodey's latest collection of poems,…

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  • Dreamers-in- Chief
  • Dreamers-in- Chief

    A Plainfield poet imagines the night lives of our leaders
    One day about 12 years ago, Plainfield poet Charles Barasch had a vision: It was “Bobo Brazil,” the first African-American professional wrestling champion, pinning…

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  • Fine Lines

    Book Review: The Middleman by David Cavanagh
    On the cover of Burlington resident David Cavanagh's first collection of poems is an image of Karl Wallenda, patriarch of the famous circus family, who…

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  • Found on Twitter
  • Found on Twitter

    I love the barcode robe of the downy woodpecker his scannable double checker garb, half ebony, half snow globe impervious to device — no…

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  • Happy-Go-Lucky

    Book review: Happy Life by David Budbill
    How many poets would you believe if they titled a collection of personal lyrics Happy Life? Not many, perhaps, but you can believe David…

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  • Home Court

    Book Review: Hoops by Major Jackson
    University of Vermont professor and poet Major Jackson comes from the streets of Philadelphia. Read one of his poems and you will not forget that…

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