Ira Lightman is a hero to some in the literary world, a villain to others.
Kobe and Prospero, from "The Tempest," say goodbye to their powers in remarkably similar terms. Coincidence?
Recently, the poetry world became embroiled in a scandal when it was discovered that one of the selections for this year's Best of American Poetry, written by Yi-Fen Chou, was actually from a white guy named Michael Derrick Hudson who used the Yi-Fen Chou pen name.
A Cuban American poet accompanying Secretary of State John Kerry tells dissident artists in Havana to "hang in there."