Poetry Review: “Names of Horses” by Donald Hall

Donald Hall is, unfortunately, an under-appreciated poet. While his prose works like LifeWork and Ancient Glittering Eyes represent his greatest strengths as a writer, he remains a marvelous poet. “Names of Horses” is one of my favorite Hall poems. Here Hall remembers the history … Continue reading

Book Review: A Day in the Bleachers by Arnold Hano

NFL Football is a sport that is much better on television than in person. The concentrated bursts of action between long periods of inactivity are enhanced by instant replay, color commentators, and beer commercials featuring scantily clad women. Anyone who … Continue reading