Anne Halley was for twenty-five years Poetry Editor of MR, had a long association with the English Department, and was author of three distinctive volumes of verse and many prize-winning stories, while enjoying a long career as a beloved teacher in the U.S. and abroad.
As part of her one-week residency at Northampton’s Smith College, Joan Houlihan delivered a craft lecture about the use of pronouns in poetry, including selections […]
Thom Sullivan has worked to merge the visual arts and poetry in his new curatorialposition at Hadley’s Flying Object. Street Level Sounds are produced by […]
Being that Hampshire College does not offer a grad school, faculty sometimes turn to recent alumni to help them with their work. A […]
Craig Nelson is passionate about poetry. He runs Northampton Poetry, an organization that hosts open mics and fosters community through poetry. In this interview, he […]
Poet Martha Collins reads from Blue Front, her book-length poem based on the lynching her father witnessed as a child in 1909, and from White […]