Project Round-Up: Spring 2016

A poem can open a new world. An 18th century midwife, a deadly mountain-climbing accident, re-imagined Hindu gods and goddesses, the making of an atomic bomb, Barbie Chang, and Poems in Which. But in the hands of a skilled enough (and obsessed enough) poet, a series of poems can make us feel that we live in that world. Welcome to the 2016 Cloudy House Round-Up, where we bring you snapshots of projects in progress by six accomplished poets that we’re very excited about, along with links to poems from their projects so you can get hooked, just as we did, even before the book comes out. —Cynthia Marie Hoffman and … Continue reading Project Round-Up: Spring 2016