Archived articles

Poetry

First-Year Seminar
Contemplating our place in the universe
Published Oct 13, 2021
Luminary faculty members Adam Riess, Andrew Motion engage in wide-ranging discussion ahead of upcoming launch of the James Webb Space Telescope
Rhythmical creations
Published Winter 2020
Alum Chris Mason's newest poetry collection 'Something Something Morning' exists in a "realm of profound sincerity," writes reviewer Bret McCabe / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Poetry
Lines of history
Published Fall 2020
Alum Hollis Robbins' 'Forms of Contention' investigates the history of African American poetry in printed newspaper and magazines / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Poetry
Gallows humor
Published Summer 2020
In "The Shore," English professor Chris Nealon explores the highs and lows of everyday life / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Intersession 2020
Poetry in the age of climate change
Published Jan 13, 2020
Johns Hopkins PhD candidate Alex Streim says poetry could give science fiction a run for its money when it comes to exploring human anxieties about our warming planet
Detention camps, in their own words
Published Sept 17, 2019
Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship hosts teach-in discussion of historic and modern day concentration camps
Q+A
Talking with Dora Malech
Published Fall 2018
Poet Dora Malech on experimenting with form and language, working with young writers, and how language shapes what we know and how we feel / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Poetry
Worth puzzling over
Published Fall 2018
Writing Seminars professor's newest poetry collection is at once esoteric, mischievous, playful, and obscure / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Poetry
Literary excision
Published Fall 2018
In her seventh collection of poems, alum Elizabeth Spires uses words with sparing potency / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
Speaking with Elizabeth Spires
Published Sept 4, 2018
In advance of her talk at the Ivy Bookshop this week, Spires discusses her newest poetry collection