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A.M. Juster's most recent books are Saint Aldhelm’s Riddles (University of Toronto Press 2015) and Sleaze & Slander: New and Selected Comic Verse 1995-2015 (Measure Press 2015). White Violet Press will publish his The Billy Collins Experience in 2016.
Articles by A.M. Juster
Medicinal poetry from a doctor's pen.
The first Americans, in verse.
How to read the Great Books.
A new translation of Virgil's epic.
Mary Karr's newest book of poetry confronts the challenges of recovery.
Catherine Nixey's Darkening Age reads like an underachieving college sophomore's term paper.
Poetry for an anxious, online age.
Poochigian takes us on a jaunty ride between the high and the low without being stuffy.
A revisionist history of the bipolar poet.
The forgotten polymath and poet, Weldon Kees.
X.J. Kennedy is America’s greatest living light verse poet, but very few are able to name him.
A second look at an influential twentieth-century poet.
A review of The Phoenix: An Unnatural Biography of a Mythical Beast, by Joseph Nigg.
A guide for the perplexed.
Some poetry might be worth hating.
Taking a look at California's Poet Laureate.
Epiphanies abound in Kay Ryan's carefully crafted poetry.
Robert Frost's beloved poem may not be an ode to Yankee individualism, but it is still worth remembering
A review of Poetry Notebook: Reflections on the Intensity of Language, by Clive James