Barry University Go Out and L

Each week, you will explore the literary journals below to find one poem that you admire. Many of these journals publish poetry and essays and fiction, so make sure you choose a poem, and, if they have a teaser line, make sure you click on the entire poem. For each annotated anthology submission, you will do three things:

  • Type out the poem. I ask that you type it out instead of copying and pasting it because the poem will resonate in a different way for you if you type out each word. Pinsky says, “Typing a poem, one memorizes it a few words at a time, sometimes one syllable at a time. Every word gets read. By hitting the Return key at the end of each typographical line, one might learn something about the poetic line. The physical act of typing the poem can reinforce the act of judgment that selected it.”
  • In a paragraph, describe ONE (only one) element of craft in the poem that you admire and explain why. It could have to do with any part of craft: form, rhythm, meter, images, line-breaks, tone, diction, repetition, etc. Be sure to include at least two partial quotations from the poem to illustrate your focus. If you try to include more than one focus, e.g., you try to talk about imagery and line-breaks in the poem, your grade will be lowered. I want you to dig deeply into ONE element of craft in the poem. This paragraph is technical.
  • In another paragraph tell us why the poem moved you. What about the poem sparked your interest, resonated with your life, etc.? This paragraph is personal. Include at least two partial quotations from the poem in support of your points in this paragraph as well.

American Poetry Review: https://aprweb.org/

(Links to an external site.)

The Brooklyn Rail: https://brooklynrail.org/2020/12/poetry

(Links to an external site.)

Callaloo (Johns Hopkins Press) https://muse.jhu.edu/journal/27

(Links to an external site.)

Cincinnati Review: http://www.cincinnatireview.com/#/home/

(Links to an external site.)

Conjunctions: http://www.conjunctions.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Copper Nickel: http://copper-nickel.org/

(Links to an external site.)

Field (Oberlin): http://www.oberlin.edu/ocpress/field.html

(Links to an external site.)

Gettysburg Review: http://www.gettysburgreview.com/selections/index.d…

(Links to an external site.)

Hudson Review: http://hudsonreview.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Iowa Review: https://ir.uiowa.edu/iowareview/

(Links to an external site.)

Kenyon Review Online: https://kenyonreview.org/kr-online-issue/2020-novd…

(Links to an external site.)

Lana Turner Journal: https://www.lanaturnerjournal.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Lit Hub: https://lithub.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Luna Luna Magazine: http://www.lunalunamagazine.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Michigan Quarterly Review: http://www.michiganquarterlyreview.com/

(Links to an external site.)

New England Review: http://www.nereview.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Paris Review: https://www.theparisreview.org/poetry

(Links to an external site.)

Rattle: http://www.rattle.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Shenandoah (Washington and Lee): http://shenandoahliterary.org/

(Links to an external site.)

The Sun: http://thesunmagazine.org/

(Links to an external site.)

Threepenny Preview: https://www.threepennyreview.com/readingroom.html

(Links to an external site.)

Triquarterly (Northwestern): http://www.triquarterly.org/

(Links to an external site.)

Virginia Quarterly Review: https://www.vqronline.org/poetry

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Barry University Go out And L

Each week, you will explore the literary journals below to find one poem that you admire. Many of these journals publish poetry and essays and fiction, so make sure you choose a poem, and, if they have a teaser line, make sure you click on the entire poem. For each annotated anthology submission, you will do three things:

* Type out the poem. I ask that you type it out instead of copying and pasting it because the poem will resonate in a different way for you if you type out each word. Pinsky says, “Typing a poem, one memorizes it a few words at a time, sometimes one syllable at a time. Every word gets read. By hitting the Return key at the end of each typographical line, one might learn something about the poetic line. The physical act of typing the poem can reinforce the act of judgment that selected it.”

* In a paragraph, describe ONE (only one) element of craft in the poem that you admire and explain why. It could have to do with any part of craft: form, rhythm, meter, images, line-breaks, tone, diction, repetition, etc. Be sure to include at least two partial quotations from the poem to illustrate your focus. If you try to include more than one focus, e.g., you try to talk about imagery and line-breaks in the poem, your grade will be lowered. I want you to dig deeply into ONE element of craft in the poem. This paragraph is technical.

* In another paragraph tell us why the poem moved you. What about the poem sparked your interest, resonated with your life, etc.? This paragraph is personal. Include at least two partial quotations from the poem in support of your points in this paragraph as well.

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American Poetry Review: https://aprweb.org/

(Links to an external site.)

The Brooklyn Rail: https://brooklynrail.org/2020/12/poetry

(Links to an external site.)

Callaloo (Johns Hopkins Press) https://muse.jhu.edu/journal/27

(Links to an external site.)

Cincinnati Review: http://www.cincinnatireview.com/#/home/

(Links to an external site.)

Conjunctions: http://www.conjunctions.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Copper Nickel: http://copper-nickel.org/

(Links to an external site.)

Field (Oberlin): http://www.oberlin.edu/ocpress/field.html

(Links to an external site.)

Gettysburg Review: http://www.gettysburgreview.com/selections/index.d…

(Links to an external site.)

Hudson Review: http://hudsonreview.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Iowa Review: https://ir.uiowa.edu/iowareview/

(Links to an external site.)

Kenyon Review Online: https://kenyonreview.org/kr-online-issue/2020-novd…

(Links to an external site.)

Lana Turner Journal: https://www.lanaturnerjournal.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Lit Hub: https://lithub.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Luna Luna Magazine: http://www.lunalunamagazine.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Michigan Quarterly Review: http://www.michiganquarterlyreview.com/

(Links to an external site.)

New England Review: http://www.nereview.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Paris Review: https://www.theparisreview.org/poetry

(Links to an external site.)

Rattle: http://www.rattle.com/

(Links to an external site.)

Shenandoah (Washington and Lee): http://shenandoahliterary.org/

(Links to an external site.)

The Sun: http://thesunmagazine.org/

(Links to an external site.)

Threepenny Preview: https://www.threepennyreview.com/readingroom.html

(Links to an external site.)

Triquarterly (Northwestern): http://www.triquarterly.org/

(Links to an external site.)

Virginia Quarterly Review: https://www.vqronline.org/poetry

(Links to an external site.)

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