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Living Tradition
Clare Cavanagh talks about the joys and challenges of translation.
By Alex Dueben

Interview
Touchstones
Tavi Gevinson on riot grrrl, Patti Smith, and writing poetry out of necessity.
By Ruth Graham

Interview
Giving Voice
Jacqueline Woodson, the new young people’s poet laureate, on why poetry is a party everyone is invited to.
By Stacey Lynn Brown

Interview
Imperatives
Maggie Nelson on birth, death, and everything in between.
By Emily Gould

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Talk to the Dead
Ruth Lilly Prize winner Alice Notley on the voice and spirits of her poetry.
By Adam Plunkett

Interview
The Need for Making
Richard Siken on writing, the joys of painting, and the challenges of publishing his first book in a decade.
By Kathleen Rooney

Interview
On Stage
August Wilson never left poetry behind.
By Ruth Graham

Interview
'Miami Hates You'
P. Scott Cunningham on launching a publishing imprint, what a Basque sport has to do with books, and why nothing in Miami is ever settled.
By Kathleen Rooney

Interview
Language Portraits
Bob Holman on the Nuyorican, oral tradition, and how poetry led him to activism.
By Adam Plunkett

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Detective Work
Susan Howe on Dickinson, being a lost Modernist, and the acoustic force of every letter.
By Catherine Halley

Originally appeared in Poetry magazine.

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