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"But for us, at least, roses, here." Carol Rumens introduces Ursula Bethell • The Guardian
"A carnivore if not a cannibal in the blandly vegan compound of contemporary poetry." Michael Hofmann on Frederick Seidel • Poetry
"We read poems because they have a knack for mattering. And how pleasing it is to be so gently, so poetically reminded of that." David Orr on The Anthologist, by Nicholson Baker • The New York Times

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