Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Mark Doty - "A Display of Mackerel"

Writer Jeff Gordinier selected Mark Doy's "A Display of Mackerel" audio feature on the Poetry Foundation's website for his "What We're Reading" entry in the New York Times today:

This is what happens when poets stop by the fish counter. In a short podcast, Mark Doty swoons over “these beautiful, luminous bodies of mackerel, all on crushed ice,” and talks about starting to compose a captivating piscine rumination (which he reads here) on the way home from the market.

Godine is proud to publish Mark Doty's latest collection of poetry, Paragon Park.

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