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Obliteration Excavations 2: Back to the Bodies January 22, 2015: In How to Draw What You See, the artist Rudy De Reyna’s reveals that: To render a faithful, realistic drawing, you must be able to observe the basic structure of an object, regardless of how [...] by

Obliteration Excavations 1: ‘Para’ to ‘Para’ January 12, 2015: In 1999, I was a poetry fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. Then, I had only recently finished the first set of comprehensive examinations of my doctoral program at the CUNY Graduate [...] by

Delusions of Progress December 29, 2014: It is not enough to suppress the adversary if you do not erase her memory and her ability to organize an alternative project… In the face of this strategy, we can understand that the three [...] by

December 18, 2014 December 18, 2014: This report has been filed in accordance with the proper policy for identifying the dead Who’s the killer Brenda Berenice Delgado? Who’s the killer Alma Chavira? Who’s the killer Verónica [...] by

From Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Detention and Interrogation Program December 12, 2014: The Interrogation and Detention of Abu Zubaydah 1. On April 15, 2002, per a scripted plan, the same CIA interrogator delivered what a CIA cable described as “the pre move message” to Abu [...] by

In the Murmurs of the Rotten Carcass Inferno December 8, 2014:            At the end of daybreak. . . Beat it, I said to him, you cop, you lousy pig, beat it, [...] by

THEY KEPT KILLING HIM, EVEN THOUGH HE DOES NOTHING TO THEM December 2, 2014: 1 In Don Mee Choi’s new and excellent pamphlet Freely Frayed,ᄏ=q, & Race=Nation (Wave Books, 2014), she says the following about her work translating the amazing Korean poet Kim Hyesoon: [...] by

I Choose to Eat and Sleep November 26, 2014: It’s Wednesday night at 11:39pm (change to: 12:38 am on Thursday as I go back to the top of the page to edit), and my month as a Harriet blogger is threatening to end very soon. It’s funny, [...] by

Feel Free Not to Read This November 13, 2014: Reminiscing a little about the first time I gave a reading at UCSD, in the New Writing Series. UCSD is where I was an undergraduate student in Literature/Writing and Music Composition, and the New [...] by

This Is Not a Book Review November 7, 2014: Wild Grass on the Riverbank (Action Books, 2015) by Hiromi Ito is the newest book of translation by Jeffrey Angles, following his previous translation of Ito’s work, a collection of poems published [...] by