Tag Archives: Wooster

Agitprop, and Other Words You Didn’t Know

When I first heard that poems by Prof. Bourne, founder and editor-in-chief of our beloved Artful Dodge, were going to be featured in Salmagundi‘s anniversary issue, I felt a bunch of different feelings. Excited, proud, and inspired were a few … Continue reading

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Shh…Here’s a Sneak Peak into Our Newest Issue!

A special sneak peak into Artful Dodge’s new issue. Listen to Joshua Flaccavento reading poem “To Delete, Press Seven,” winner of AWP Intro Journal Awards 2015 and published in the newest Artful Dodge volume! Continue reading

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I am an Ostrich

The very first issue of Artful Dodge was published in January 1979 by our beloved editor-in-chief Daniel Bourne in Bloomington, Indiana and during my first summer as his editorial assistant, I was not only given the responsibility to digitally archive … Continue reading

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Trash People, Korean Poetry

Yi Yon-Ju made her literary debut in a Korean journal called World of Writers (Chakga ui sekye) in 1991. One of the nine poems published there was “Family Photo.” The same year, Yi’s first book of poetry, A Night Market Where There Are Prostitutes (Maeumnyo … Continue reading

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New Blog by Daniel Bourne

Hello again, lovely writers at WordPress! I am pleased to announce that Artful Dodge’s editor-in-chief, our very own Prof. Daniel Bourne, now has his own WordPress blog! Exciting, right? Here’s the link: danielbourne.voices.wooster.edu The blog will feature his personal writing (coming … Continue reading

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War and Peace and Me: Daniel Bourne

In 2008, Barnwood Press on Seattle, Washington published the second volume of Poet’s Bookshelf, a unique and extraordinary anthology edited by Peter Davis and Tom Koontz. The book features short write-ups by one hundred and one contemporary poets as they list and talk about … Continue reading

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