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In Defense of— June 28, 2013: I have an extremely stubborn resistance to entering debates about poetry that occur in mainstream publications. So while blogging this month for Harriet, I’ve stuck to my own interests and [...] by

But What About Haunting? June 26, 2013: One of the few dreams I remember: a recurring one. In it, I am burying a body below an enormous house. I pull up floorboards in the basement, dig up enough dirt for a shallow grave, then toss the [...] by

And Then There Are Ghosts June 19, 2013: Twelve years ago my father died. For two years prior he had been fighting a debilitating cancer of the plasma cells called Myeloma. I watched him during that time shrink from a hulking, and sometimes [...] by

The Stunning Poverty of Unrest June 11, 2013: At the Sarah Lawrence Poetry Festival a few weeks back, I picked up a copy of Simone White’s chapbook, Unrest, which was published this year by Ugly Duckling Presse. In it she writes, “My brother [...] by

What Does Somethingness Afford? June 3, 2013: After recently being prompted by the Naropa Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, I watched Fred Moten’s lecture “An Ecology of (Eloquent) Things” on YouTube, which helped me begin to put [...] by