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Archambeau waxes poetic

Professor of English Robert Archambeau spent the summer break speaking and writing about poetry, resulting in multiple publications.

Archambeau’s speaking engangements included hosting a workshop entitled “The Non-Metrical Line” at West Chester University’s 22nd Annual Poetry Conference and presenting the 2017 Poets’ Prize at the Roerich Museum in New York. 

He also wrote an impressive amount of critical work, including an essay on the poetry of Bill Knott for Parnassus, an essay on the poetry of Paul Verlainefor the American Poetry Review, the afterword to Marc Vincenz’s Syndicate of Light and Water, a survey of contemporary poetry for the Hudson Review, and a short essay on letters and poetry entitled “Immigrants and Kings: The Letter in the Empire of Poetry” for the Ilanot Review.