Equine Poetics

Equine Poetics is a literary analysis of horses and horsemanship in early Greek epic and lyric poetry, especially those facets that reflect the prehistory of Greek language and culture. The book begins with Ryan Platte’s analysis of Homeric formulas for horses, proposing a model by which most such formulas may be understood… Read more

CHS News | Michael Marks award-winning poets reading their own work

2016 Poets in Residence Program Poets Gill Mc Evoy and Jennifer Elliott, this year’s winners of the “Michael Marks Award for Poetry Pamphlets” in London and Edinburgh (a.k.a. the Callum MacDonald Award), participated in the Michael Marks Poets in Residence Program for two weeks during the past summer. The CHS had… Read more