Tag Archives: Women

In conversation with…Rita Dove

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

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Witness to the Day and Night: Writing from the Middle East

The Middle East has long since remained an expanse rich in culture and poetry, and as both are areas the Artful Dodge seeks to explore, in our issue number 12/13, published in the Fall of 1985, we featured several pieces … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women Writers

Black Dress by Julia Kasdorf Poised as a cruise ship, Maxine Kumin passes through the crowd, willowy and gray, someone’s grandma by now but still lovely, and my mind goes straight to Anne Sexton- a sex pot in a coffin. Kumin says … Continue reading

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