Mark Jarman was interviewed for the next issue of Five Points. He speaks to his poetry in The Heronry, his childhood in Scotland, and poetry as politics. Here's a brief statement on The Heronry from Mark Jarman:
The poems in The Heronry, for me, continue to consider the intersection of the human and the natural worlds, and the point of the intersection, where I think human beings are constantly rediscovering their souls.
Ohioana Library launched its second annual Readers' Choice Award poll, which lets readers choose their favorite book from among the thirty finalists. Polls close Monday, July 3, at noon.
Amy Gustine's You Should Pity Us Instead needs your vote! Vote here!