Ringing in the New Year in rhyme.
An advanced poetry course explores the science of poetry and the poetry of science.
Chicu Reddy’s life in poetry.
On verse and voices that stick.
From Sophocles’s Antigone, translated by Gabriela Garcia, Class of 2023.
“a half-shattered vase can hold again.”
“No one has cared to say.”
“His song ends on the edges of her / Mona Lisa smile.”
“You must have patience, and a steady hand.”
Not sure how to handle the pandemic? Anne Pritikin, Class of 2022, has some suggestions.
An excerpt from The Hundreds.