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Published on May 18, 2010
Poet Andrew Glaze reading his poem "Earl," from his book "Damned Ugly Children."
Glaze departs from the innocuous pleasantries that consume much of contemporary poetry, and instead embraces ideas, controversy, despair, elation, loss, surprise. Peter Schjeldahl in the "New York Times" called Glaze's poetry "wonderful company. I would like to just quote and quote."