Matthew Ritger

Matthew Ritger is a graduate student in the English department at Princeton University.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Invisible Shakespeare

Over the centuries, so many technical rhetorical terms have become their own false cognates that while these terms continue to circulate in every day language, our general awareness of the ars rhetorica seem to be lost....


The Charges

We will always need to read Jorie Graham, and to read her closely, if we want to understand the last 40 years of poetry in America....


Shrapnel and Song: On Contemporary Poetry from Afghanistan
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