The Best American Poetry 2003

The Best American Poetry 2003

The Best American Poetry 2003

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The Best American Poetry 2003, a volume in The Best American Poetry series, was edited by David Lehman and by guest editor Yusef Komunyakaa.

Ron Smith, reviewing the book in The Richmond Times-Dispatch, wrote that Galway Kinnell's When the Towers Fell is "often moving, even if it doesn't manage the fusion of Walt Whitman and T. S. Eliot it aims for." Another poem in the volume focusing on the effects of terrorism is Susan Dickman's Skin. Smith thought the better poems in this edition were by Marilyn Nelson, Rodney Jones, Brigit Pegeen Kelly, Tony Hoagland, and Ted Kooser. Smith, Ron, "Poets must meet exacting standards to be picked for Best of 2003", book review in The Richmond Times-Dispatch, January 4, 2004, accessed through (subscription required) on October 13, 2007

Poets and poems included

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  • , with links to each publication where the poems originally appeared
  • Review by Jordan Davis at The Constant Critic Web site

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