The poet Jack Gilbert, who died in 2012, was an anomaly in the poetry world. After winning The Yale Prize–perhaps the most prestigious award for a young poet’s first book–and […]
Click on “Workshops” above to see more information on the workshops that I will be teaching this fall at The Writer’s Center in Bethesda, MD.
The Washington Post has finally addressed an issue with which I have been struggling: how to re-train myself to refer to my only child as “they”–and how to explain it […]
So I’m only about 16 months ahead of the curve! Fascinating turn of events in the grammar world (where there aren’t many…) as the American Dialect Society gives its stamp […]
It is rare for a national newspaper to even mention poetry, let alone in the context of a celebrity story. But Kathleen Parker, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist on politics and culture […]
Video interview with David Wheelan of The Talbot Spy, conducted on April 14, 2015 at The Bullitt House, Easton, MD. http://talbotspy.org/poetry-sue-ellen-thompson-and-the-power-of-the-narrative-poem/
Grace Cavalieri interviews me for “The Poet and the Poem” at the Library of Congress. http://www.loc.gov/poetry/media/avfiles/poet-poem-sueellen-thompson.mp3