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‘Are We All Monsters?’
Philip Schultz’s The Wherewithal grapples with the Holocaust, poverty, Vietnam, and then some.
Daniel Redman chants Leaves of Grass to tell the story of queer history.
Tess Taylor on Thomas Jefferson, her family tree, and why literary history is full of omissions.
'Finding a Window'
Nikky Finney on the South, Condoleezza Rice, and why curiosity trumps rage.
Unsettling Emily Dickinson
The co-editor of The Gorgeous Nothings talks about the challenges of editing the iconic poet.
Kill Your Darlings, a new film about a young Allen Ginsberg and friends, tracks life before the Beats.
We Are All Clowns
Lyn Hejinian on her groundbreaking My Life and reordering time.
The Kentucky Stage
Maurice Manning on the South, Spoon River, and why he’s not a fan of Facebook.
Revealing all the Secrets
Julie Enszer on reissuing Sapphic classics and lesbian-feminist poetry.
From Computer Programming to Poetry
The outgoing Children’s Poet Laureate in conversation with the incoming Poet Laureate.