Ange Mlinko

Ange Mlinko

Ange Mlinko is a Professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of Florida. Her new poetry collection, Venice, was published in April. (December 2022)

His Nemesis Was Stupidity

Baudelaire thought the scope of his influence would be limited by the perfection of his poetry, which sailed over the heads of the masses.

Late Fragments: Flares, My Heart Laid Bare, Prose Poems, Belgium Disrobed

by Charles Baudelaire, translated from the French and edited by Richard Sieburth

The Flowers of Evil (Les Fleurs du mal)

by Charles Baudelaire, translated from the French by Aaron Poochigian, with an introduction by Dana Gioia and an afterword by Daniel Handler

The Salon of 1846

by Charles Baudelaire, translated from the French by Jonathan Mayne, with an introduction by Michael Fried

April 7, 2022 issue

Alice Oswald at her house, South Devon, England, 2016

Water Music

Nobody: A Hymn to the Sea

by Alice Oswald

Falling Awake

by Alice Oswald

Memorial: A Version of Homer’s Iliad

by Alice Oswald, with an afterword by Eavan Boland

Weeds and Wild Flowers

by Alice Oswald, with etchings by Jessica Greenman

Spacecraft Voyager I: New and Selected Poems

by Alice Oswald

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July 23, 2020 issue

Lawrence Ferlinghetti; illustration by Joanna Neborsky

‘Resist and Disobey!’

Little Boy

by Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Ferlinghetti’s Greatest Poems

edited by Nancy J. Peters

Writing Across the Landscape: Travel Journals 1960–2010

by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, edited by Giada Diano and Matthew Gleeson

September 26, 2019 issue

Holding It Together

Hey, Marfa

by Jeffrey Yang, with paintings and drawings by Rackstraw Downes

Baby, I Don’t Care

by Chelsey Minnis

January 17, 2019 issue

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