Peter Davison was The Atlantic's longtime poetry editor.
The new collection of Robert Lowell's poems will doubtless stand from now on as The Work
A new book on Rome will help travelers there experience the city that Romans know
One of the biggest changes in modern poetry is its escape from the page to the performance
Prosperity and its discontents come to Ireland's towns and countryside
An Atlantic Unbound interview with Richard Wilbur
Is Sedona, Arizona, cosmically energizing or simply refreshing?
The Atlantic's poetry editor reflects on the career of W. S. Merwin, whose long association with the magazine spans great distances of geography and art
An Atlantic editor snubs a poet and lives to regret it
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