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‘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

Let’s Talk About First Books: Randall Horton Considers R. Erica Doyle’s Proxy and francine harris’s allegiance at LARB July 8, 2014: We’re all about Los Angeles Review of Books this week. Yesterday we brought to your intergalactic attention a new column by Dorothea Lasky featured at the publication; today we bring you this [...] by

Dorothea Lasky Interviews Cassandra Gillig at Los Angeles Review of Books July 8, 2014: Stardate: [-27] 00640.00 = Day 1 of Dorothea Lasky’s stead at Los Angeles Review of Books and the inaugural post in her new column called “Five Questions and Five Answers with Dorothea [...] by

Juan Gelman Remembered at LARB March 24, 2014: Yesteday the Los Angeles Review of Books published this profile of Juan Gelman, the seminal Argentine poet who died in January. Víctor Rodríguez Núñez & Katherine M. Hedeen recall the last [...] by

A Long Pan Shot: Andrew Durbin Talks to Bruce Hainley March 19, 2014: For Los Angeles Review of Books, poet and Wonder co-publisher Andrew Durbin interviewed art writer and poet Bruce Hainley about his new book, Under the Sign of [sic]: Sturtevant’s [...] by

‘Russian voices singing in indivisible, architectural harmonies’: Joyelle McSweeney’s Olympic Take at LARB February 14, 2014: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Joyelle McSweeney covers, what else, the Olympics. The “Winter Poetry Olympics,” that is. Or rather, Sochi, Zizek, a “menace-choir,” and [...] by

Ghassan Zaqtan in Conversation at LARB October 23, 2013: The Los Angeles Review of Books is rich in poetry this week. We pointed you to this roundtable discussion earlier, now make your way over to check out a conversation with Palestinian poet Ghassan [...] by

Big Reveal: The Marina Abramović / Atlas Review Marathon Reading of Solaris September 19, 2013: At the LARB, J.T. Price covers the recent marathon reading of Stanisław Lem’s Solaris, co-sponsored by The Atlas Review and the Marina Abramović Institute, and held at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn [...] by

The Songs Matter: Dana Ward & ‘Pop Magic’ July 30, 2013: Dana Ward’s The Crisis of Infinite Worlds (Futurepoem, 2013) is reviewed at the Los Angeles Review of Books, placing it in the context of “pop literature”—here affiliates being [...] by