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“Happy things I thought drifting down into sleep and all the faces
That afflict—laid low, I could be the paper
They ravish or remember and the end of their script”

From “Crease” by @matuk_farid in our Winter issue. https://t.co/Ijd2FOHTow
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Crease

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In early March of 2021, Louise Glück visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California, where I teach.
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The Art of Poetry No. 103

Louise Glück's car trip to Claremont McKenna College
Glück's love for music and food [ more ]
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6 months ago
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Birth

Louise Glück, the Nobel Prize-winning poet, visited Claremont McKenna College where she talked about her experiences and her love for food despite her struggles with anorexia.
Glück won the Nobel Prize in Literature and shared her immediate reactions to the news, including calling her son and friends.
Glück drove from Berkeley to Southern California with the author, discussing music and enjoying the almond orchards along the way. [ more ]
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The Art of Fiction No. 258

Louise Glück, Nobel Prize-winning poet, recently visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California.
Glück packed food and music for the road trip and spoke openly about her battle with anorexia. [ more ]
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Interiors

Louise Glück visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California, where she was hesitant to fly and instead took a six-hour road trip with the person who wrote this article.
Glück won the Nobel Prize in Literature and shared the news with her son, friends, and editor before reporters arrived at her home. [ more ]
“Dream old pay phone ringing in hospital I pick up
receiver voice says ‘The answer is awe.’”

From “The Answer Is Awe” by Alice Notley in our new Winter issue. https://t.co/07vQRwXjm7
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6 months ago
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The Answer Is Awe

Louise Glück visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California for a speaking engagement.
Glück won the Nobel Prize in Literature and shared the news with her son, friend, and editor before the announcement was made. [ more ]
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6 months ago
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Compositions

Louise Glück's car trip to Claremont McKenna College
Glück's love for food despite her struggles with anorexia [ more ]
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Anti-war Poem

Louise Glück's visit to Claremont McKenna College
Glück's road trip and love for music [ more ]
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6 months ago
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Anti-war Poem

Louise Glück's car trip with the author and their discussion about her past struggles with anorexia
Glück's experience receiving the Nobel Prize in Literature [ more ]
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The Art of Fiction No. 255

In early March of 2021, Louise Glück visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California, where I teach.
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Hares

In early March of 2021, Louise Glück visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California, where I teach.
“I never conceived of not writing a novel. I believed—oh, God, I believed, it was an article of faith!—I was born to write a novel.” —Cynthia Ozick https://t.co/kqvzbSbxgQ
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The Art of Fiction No. 95

Louise Glück, Nobel Prize-winning poet, visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California and drove with the author for a six-hour road trip.
During the trip, Glück shared stories about her girlhood, anorexia, and her love for food. [ more ]
We’ve unlocked a special excerpt of our Art of Poetry interview with Louise Glück, which appears in full in our Winter issue. You can read it on our website: https://t.co/yDa9o2bb5Q
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7 months ago
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An Excerpt from our Art of Poetry Interview with Louise Gluck - The Paris Review

Louise Glück's Writers at Work interview is featured in the new Winter issue.
The article shares a personal story of Glück's road trip and musical preferences. [ more ]
“You want a poem to register in every mind the way it did in yours. Then you discover this never happens. Still, it is what you strive for.”

From our interview with Louise Glück in our new Winter issue. https://t.co/vlGajUKlxT
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6 months ago
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The Art of Poetry No. 115

Louise Glück, Nobel Prize-winning poet, took a road trip to Claremont McKenna College in Southern California.
Glück discussed her love for food and her struggles with anorexia during the trip. [ more ]
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6 months ago
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The Answer Is Awe

Louise Glück visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California for a speaking engagement.
Glück won the Nobel Prize in Literature and shared the news with her son, friend, and editor before the announcement was made. [ more ]
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6 months ago
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Hostess

Louise Glück visited Claremont McKenna College and drove with a professor from Berkeley to avoid flying.
Glück packed food and CDs for the road trip and talked about opera and her experiences with anorexia. [ more ]
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6 months ago
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The Art of Fiction No. 95

Louise Glück, Nobel Prize-winning poet, visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California and drove with the author for a six-hour road trip.
During the trip, Glück shared stories about her girlhood, anorexia, and her love for food. [ more ]
#road-trip
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7 months ago
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An Excerpt from our Art of Poetry Interview with Louise Gluck - The Paris Review

Louise Glück's Writers at Work interview is featured in the new Winter issue.
The article shares a personal story of Glück's road trip and musical preferences. [ more ]
The Paris Review
6 months ago
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The Art of Poetry No. 115

Louise Glück, Nobel Prize-winning poet, took a road trip to Claremont McKenna College in Southern California.
Glück discussed her love for food and her struggles with anorexia during the trip. [ more ]
The Paris Review
7 months ago
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An Excerpt from our Art of Poetry Interview with Louise Gluck - The Paris Review

Louise Glück's Writers at Work interview is featured in the new Winter issue.
The article shares a personal story of Glück's road trip and musical preferences. [ more ]
The Paris Review
6 months ago
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The Art of Poetry No. 115

Louise Glück, Nobel Prize-winning poet, took a road trip to Claremont McKenna College in Southern California.
Glück discussed her love for food and her struggles with anorexia during the trip. [ more ]
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6 months ago
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Compositions

Louise Glück, Nobel Prize-winning poet, visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California, where she shared stories about her life and love for food.
Glück won the Nobel Prize in Literature and shared the news with her son, friend, and editor before reporters arrived at her home. [ more ]
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The Paris Review - An Excerpt from our Art of Poetry Interview with Louise Gluck - The Paris Review

Louise Gluck's Writers at Work interview conducted by Henri Cole is being shared in remembrance of her.
Gluck visited Claremont McKenna College in 2021 and talked openly about her girlhood and struggles with anorexia. [ more ]
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Ahegao

Louise Glück visited Claremont McKenna College in Southern California and took a road trip with the author to get there.
Glück bought nasturtiums and strawberries at a farmers' market and talked about her girlhood and struggles with anorexia. [ more ]
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Two Men, Mary

Louise Glück visited Claremont McKenna College and drove with the author, talking about anorexia and food.
When Glück won the Nobel Prize, she called her son and friends before the news reached the world. [ more ]
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7 months ago
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Hostess

Louise Glück discussed her past struggles with anorexia and her love for food during a visit to Claremont McKenna College.
Glück won the Nobel Prize in Literature and shared the news with her loved ones before facing reporters. [ more ]
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