American poetry is due for a new movement. The frontrunner is ?Flarf.? Google and the internet overload make Flarf possible, because the poem's content must be a collage of search returns. It's experimental, but also a pretty good way to liven up a poetry reading. Sean Cole has the story.
After Emily Dickinson died, her sister found nearly 2,000 poems in her bureau -- and in many, she imagined herself already dead. Sean Cole took a closer look at Dickinson's legendary poem, "Because I Could Not Stop for Death."
Justin "Red Bear" Mudgett wants to get back to his Indian roots. He wears traditional animal skins and tries to live close to the land, raising buffalo in Hillsborough, New Hampshire. And though his ancestors are from the Pasamaquoddy tribe, he plans to s
Stefan Cover cares for the largest collection of preserved ant specimens in the world at Harvard University's Museum of Comparative Zoology. And after immersing himself in the behavior and biology of these hierarchical insects for years, he can't help but