A few weeks ago I commented on a funny little poem by Les Murray in the New Yorker, as well as on the other poem in the same issue, by Joni Mitchell (!).
I just saw the links for the two poems in the latest issue, so I thought I would check them out to see if the current issue looks any better, poem-wise.
One is by Adam Zagajewski, "Karmelicka" (translated by Clare Cavanagh); the other is by Cornelius Eady, "Handymen."
A much better pair (though still not brilliant) than the quite funny but quite flimsy Murray poem and the lyric by Joni.
By the way, the issue is, as far as I know, still under the aegis of poetry editor Alice Quinn (and not yet a playground for Paul Muldoon).
Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Adam and Eady
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I cannot wait to see what New Yorker poetry is like under Muldoon's editorship! Very excited.
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