Author Archives: Roy White

My Poem “Domesticated”

My poem “Domesticated” is in the new American Journal of Poetry, along with lots of good stuff by good poets. Enjoy! http://theamericanjournalofpoetry.com/v5-white.html Advertisements

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My poem “What We Have Here Is a Failure”

My poem “What We Have Here Is a Failure” is is up at Atticus Review. Enjoy! https://atticusreview.org/what-we-have-here-is-a-failure/  

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My poem “A Safe Trip to Your Final Destination

My poem “A Safe Trip to Your Final Destination” is up at Scoundrel Time, a magazine of resistance in a broad sense. Thanks to editopoetry editor Daisy Fried for giving my little nightmare a happy home: http://scoundreltime.com/a-safe-trip-to-your-final-destination/  

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Finally, someone is standing up for the English upper class.

In the first scene of the first volume of Anthony Powell’s monumental A Dance to the Music of Time, the narrator watches a party of workmen repairing a street on a winter day. They take turns warming themselves at an … Continue reading

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My poem “Correspondences” in Baltimore Review

I am delighted to have my poem “Correspondences” in the new Baltimore Review: http://baltimorereview.org/index.php/winter_2018/contributor/roy-white Enjoy.

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Poem “A Mighty Fortress”

My poem “A Mighty Fortress” is in the new issue of Tinderbox Poetry Journal: http://tinderboxpoetry.com/a-mighty-fortress Enjoy!

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More Pearls from Bertie

Here are some more of my favorite bits from Bertrand Russell’s History of Western Philosophy. On the dirty secret that philosophers, who pretend to base their theories on arguments, actually start out with beliefs and then make up arguments to … Continue reading

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