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Lily Hoang’s A Bestiary Reviewed at Full Stop June 22, 2016: At Full Stop, Darren Huang reviews A Bestiary (Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2016), the much-admired collection of essays by poet Lily Hoang. “Hoang follows multiple arcs, often [...] by

At Full Stop: Poetry, IUDs, Copper Toxicity, Cixous, Conrad, the Song of the Sphinx… March 7, 2016: Published this week at Full Stop, a new essay by Caren Beilin that covers birth control, language, gender, desire, toxicity, the poetry of CAConrad, and, to start, Jolen Crème Bleach as a [...] by

The Study of Literature Is a Complicated Grief: An Interview With Laura Mullen January 28, 2016: At Full Stop, poet Laura Mullen talks to Kristin Sanders about her first prose memoir, Complicated Grief (Solid Objects, 2015). “Complicated Grief is an interrogation of our societal patterns, [...] by

‘The present has its own peril’: Anne Boyer Writes Time in Literature & Illness July 14, 2015: At Full Stop, a new piece by Anne Boyer called “This Imaginary Half-Nothing: Time” reveals her reading-time during sick-time, and the connections therein (Thomas Mann’s The Magic [...] by

A Polyphony of Perspectives: Reviewing The Force of What’s Possible June 9, 2015: At Full Stop, Nathan Goldman reviews The Force of What’s Possible: Writers on Accessibility & the Avant-Garde, edited by Lily Hoang and Joshua Marie Wilkinson, a book that “collects more [...] by

An Essay on Kathy Acker & McKenzie Wark’s I’m Very Into You March 16, 2015: An essay about Kathy Acker and McKenzie Wark’s correspondence is up at Full Stop. Just out, I’m Very Into You (Semiotext(e) 2015) tracks a “heated e-mail correspondence” [...] by

A 21st-Cent. Book of Changes: Matias Viegener’s 2500 Random Things About Me Too August 8, 2013: YES. We want this book oddly desperately. Hestia Peppe has reviewed, for Full Stop, Matias Viegener’s 2500 Random Things About Me Too (Les Figues Trench Art 2012), “the first book [...] by

T.S. Eliot Had a Day Job Too, Ya Know! January 18, 2013: We’re grateful to the Paris Review blog for linking over to this article at Full Stop, by Robert Fay, discussing T.S. Eliot’s bank years at Llyod’s Bank of London. Fay also has a [...] by