Afternoon Bites: Anja Kampmann, Holiday Ghost Stories, Erin Carlyle, Joseph Donahue’s Poetry, and More

High As the Waters Rise cover

At Asymptote, thoughts on Anja Kampmann’s High as the Waters Rise.

The Starshine and Clay Fellowship, designed for “Black poets without a published book or a book under contract,” is now accepting submissions.

LitReactor offered recommendations for holiday ghost stories.

Nicholas Rys wrote about the poetry of Erin Carlyle for Heavy Feather Review.

Bookmunch on the 2021 books they’re most excited about.

At Bright Wall/Dark Room, exploring the nuances of Portrait of a Lady on Fire.

Hyperallergic delved into Joseph Donahue’s poems.

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