The beloved burger chain will reward fans who celebrate them in verse.
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The West Texan editor of Poetry magazine leaves his plum gig for divinity school.
Bands inspire Thax Douglas. And, sometimes, he inspires bands.
A. Van Jordan on writing a poem.
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Author Gregory Curtis talks about Paris, impressions, and the Venus de Milo.
Poetry in motion.
What kind of person would be best at figuring out how to spend $295,000? A poet, of course. That kind of money might be chump change to Charles Barkley, but to the prototypical starving artist, it’s a lot of stanzas. Or it will be for University of Houston English professor…
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