Jonathan Farmer

Jonathan Farmer is the editor-in-chief and poetry editor of At Length and critic-at-large for the Kenyon Review.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

In Ruins

David Baker's 10th collection of poems is itself strikingly ambivalent about science, cherishing the insights it offers into the nonhuman world....


“A Ravishing Mind”: On the Pleasures of Linda Gregerson’s Poems
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