Today's poem is "How Else Today"

from New Letters

Albert Goldbarth has twice received a National Book Critics Circle Award in poetry. A new volume of poems, Budget Travel Through Space and Time, is forthcoming from Graywolf Press, which also just published his novel Pieces of Payne.

About New Letters:
Poets in this issue: Luljeta Lleshanaku, Shpresa Qatipi, Henry Israeli, Gary Gildner, Patricia Traxler, Albert Goldbarth, Lucija Stupica, Taja Kramberger, Maja Vidmar, Maruša Krese, Barbara Korun, Vida Mokrin-Pauer, Ifigenija, Zagorcnik Simonovic, Ana Jelnikar, Evald Flisar, Natasa Benkic, Milan Šelj, Anthony Rudolf, Max Martins, James Bogan, Samuel Hazo, Steve Barza, Nance Van Winckel,

Other poems from New Letters in Verse Daily:

January 10, 2005:  "How Else Today" by Albert Goldbarth
September 29, 2004:  "Of Unsent Letters, One" by Jill Osier
September 28, 2004:  "Go" and "Gone" by Mark Irwin
September 26, 2004:  "Houses Made Only of Entrance" by Abe Louise Young
September 24, 2004:  "After Eden" by Linda Pastan
May 16, 2004:  "Wild Things in a Dream" by Heather Ross Miller
January 21, 2004:  "With Two Camels and One Donkey" by Robin Becker
July 25, 2003:  "Meridian" by Mia Leonin
April 14, 2003:  "On the Holy Friar Crossing a Suspension Bridge to Paradise" by Joanna Goodman
February 3, 2003:  "Passing Through the Shadows Of Great Buildings" by Nance Van Winckel
January 6, 2003:  "Bid Me Be the Bird" by Nance Van Winckel
September 26, 2002:  "The Sacrifice" by Jim Simmerman

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