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Michael Robbins & Anahid Nersessian Talk at LARB January 28, 2015: At Los Angeles Review of Books: University of Chicago graduates and friends Michael Robbins and Anahid Nersessian discuss feminism, poetry and pop allusions, Marilynne Robinson, Los Angeles, and [...] by

Susan Howe’s Telepathy as Library Cormorant January 21, 2015: Jonathan Creasy writes about Susan Howe as “library cormorant” for Los Angeles Review of Books. (“The phrase ‘library cormorant’ comes from Coleridge. It evokes the greedy, [...] by

Los Angeles Review of Books Reviews the Letters of Gary Snyder and Wendell Berry November 25, 2014: Counterpath recently published The Letters of Wendell Berry and Gary Snyder: a tome that many fans of both poets have been looking forward to, as Berry and Snyder have written to one another for the [...] by

A Look into the Life of Richard Blanco October 29, 2014: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Major Jackson reviews Richard Blanco’s memoir The Prince of Los Cocuyos : A Miami Childhood. You’ll of course recall that the accomplished poet was [...] by

The Navajo Nation’s First Poet Laureate, Luci Tapahonso October 22, 2014: Navajo Nation’s first-ever Poet Laureate Luci Tapahonso (also a professor at the University of New Mexico) talks to Natalie Diaz about what that position means to her at Los Angeles Review of [...] by

Los Angeles Review of Books Hosts Girls of Spectacular Culture: Brian Kim Stefans in Conversation with Kate Durbin October 21, 2014: Los Angeles Review of Books hosts a dialogue between Brian Kim Stefans and Kate Durbin in its most recent installment. Durbin and Stefans’s conversation centers around themes of authenticity [...] by

Sweet Seconds: Lisa Russ Spaar Examines Two Poets’ Second Poetry Collections September 3, 2014: For this most recent installment in her “Second Acts: A Second Look at Second Books of Poetry” column, Lisa Russ Spaar looks at Robert Hass and Fiona Sze-Lorrain’s second [...] by

‘A Near-Perfect Piece of Literature:’ Maggie Nelson Reviews Ben Lerner at Los Angeles Review of Books September 3, 2014: Los Angeles Review of Books presents two writers who work across the boundaries of poetry, prose, and scholarship: Maggie Nelson and her fabulous review of Ben Lerner’s new book: 10:04. BUT OF [...] by

‘The voice of someone who was almost crushed by oppression and decided she would fight:’ Minnie Bruce Pratt at Los Angeles Review of Books August 27, 2014: On the occasion of the reissue of Crime Against Nature, her seminal collection of lesbian-feminist poetry, Minnie Bruce Pratt speaks to Los Angeles Review of Books’s Lisa L. Moore about the [...] by

Siegfried Sassoon War Journals Made Public for First Time, Lyrics on Palestine All Too Familiar August 20, 2014: Nina Martyris writes about First World War poet Siegfried Sassoon for Los Angeles Review of Books, recalling the “half-Jewish poet’s Palestinian interlude and searing war poetry.” [...] by