Posts Tagged ‘Laura McCullough’

Laura McCullough Published in APR

March 6th, 2017

Today we received our copy of Volume 46/ No. 2 of The American Poetry Review and were incredibly excited to see Laura McCullough‘s “I Am Calling You” on the back


Wendy Cannella: This Fierce Life:   

   An Interview with Laura McCullough

October 26th, 2016

WC: In his article “Ode to Joisey” (New York Times: April 27, 2003), Robert Strauss talks about the great many accomplished poets to emerge from the Garden State. I wonder


Wendy Cannella: Finding the Body:   

   on Laura McCullough’s
Jersey Mercy

October 26th, 2016

Part empathy, part ferocity in subject and voice, a living, breathing language bobs along like an electric jellyfish —fearless, vital, often urban in the poems in McCullough’s new collection Jersey


Laura McCullough

February 14th, 2013

Laura McCullough’s most recent books of poetry are Rigger Death & Hoist Another, Panic, and Speech Acts. She is the editor of two anthologies, The Room & the World: Essays


Laura McCullough: Grace & Good Will

February 13th, 2013

On the way home, I stop in the Good Will store in New Brunswick which I have passed going and coming for a couple of weeks while my father has been in the hospital.


Laura McCullough: Button

May 11th, 2011

His hands felt like paws or flippers, big and inarticulate, as if the spaces between shoulder socket and elbow joint and between the finger bones had all fused in the


Laura McCullough: The Ways Water is Used

May 11th, 2011

Her youngest daughter’s thick curly hair should not be washed every night; she knows this, but her daughter begs her to do it, loves the ritual, the smell of the


Laura McCullough: Begin With a Bifid Tongue

May 10th, 2011

Have you ever had turducken? That’s turkey stuffed with pork stuffed with chicken, a kind of gourmet diglossia, or if you prefer, a glossolalia of protein. All boneless, of course,

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