Tag Archives: Poem
Read this beautiful piece by Debarati Mehta, translated from the Bengali by Carolyne Wright, as it appeared in Artful Dodge 46/47: The Absolute Artist From the lotus pond’s edge, the calming lake, he brought clay. Straining drop by drop the Subarnarekha’s … Continue reading
Nin Andrews Mannequins Lately I’ve been trying to be a good Buddhist. I like the concepts: becoming free of suffering, happy, peaceful, blissed-out. But I have this theory- a not very Buddhist theory-that most people are actually mannequins. They have … Continue reading
Hello readers! Did you know that Artful Dodge now has a Twitter account? Follow us for new updates and a peek into the fun life of the Dodge’s editorial team at The College of Wooster: @ArtfulDodgeMag! And now, in fond … Continue reading
The latest issue (50/51) of Artful Dodge featured an intimate conversation between proclaimed poet, Rita Dove, and our editor-in-chief, Daniel Bourne. Here’s what Dove had to say about her Pulitzer Prize (1987) winning collection, Thomas and Beulah: “The impetus to … Continue reading
Introducing…Blast from the Past! Stay tuned this week as we start posting interviews with famous authors conducted by Artful Dodge editors and staff. First author? Tess Gallagher!
Dear Subscribers, On behalf of the entire Artful Dodge team, sorry for the radio silence, guys. For me at least, it was a tough and pretty busy semester and so, I unfortunately slacked off when it came to keeping our … Continue reading