Ted Kooser Retires from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The following announcement is from the University of Nebraska Press Spring 2021 newsletter, i.e. Few people have been as supportive of the University of Nebraska Press as Ted Kooser, who retired from teaching at the university in December of 2020. … Continue reading Ted Kooser Retires from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

From the Desk of Jennifer K. Sweeney: On Lyric Space During the Pandemic, and a Poetry of In-betweenness

Jennifer K. Sweeney is the author of three other poetry collections, including Little Spells, How to Live on Bread and Music, and Salt Memory. The recipient of the James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets and a Pushcart Prize, she teaches at the … Continue reading From the Desk of Jennifer K. Sweeney: On Lyric Space During the Pandemic, and a Poetry of In-betweenness

From the Desk of Indigo Moor: Lost and Found in the World Machine

Indigo Moor is poet laureate emeritus of Sacramento and an author, scriptwriter, and integrated circuit layout engineer. His other works include Tap-Root, Through the Stonecutter’s Window (winner of the Northwestern University’s Cave Canem Prize), and In the Room of Thirsts and Hungers: The Mirrored Tragedies … Continue reading From the Desk of Indigo Moor: Lost and Found in the World Machine