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‘These Poems Are Exhilarating': Lynn Melnick Praises Diane Wakoski’s Enduring Badassery March 11, 2015: The latest installment of Los Angeles Review of Books features Lynn Melnick’s astounding, wonderful close reading of Diane Wakoski’s work. Wakoski’s 23rd collection of poetry, Bay [...] by

Los Angeles Review of Books to Launch New Literary Magazine March 5, 2015: Now in the offing, The Offing! (We had to.) The Los Angeles Review of Books is acting as a “channel” for a new online literary magazine publishing work in all genres—even humor (nicely, [...] by

The Los Angeles Review of Books Hosts Fady Joudah in Conversation with Philip Metres February 25, 2015: In this recent installment of interviews at The Los Angeles Review of Books, Fady Joudah talks to Philip Metres in a conversation entitled “At the Borders of Our Tongue.” From LARB: FADY [...] by

Terese Svoboda’s Life With Lola Ridge February 13, 2015: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, we’re delighted to find this excerpt from the forthcoming book Anything That Burns You: Lola Ridge, Radical Poet, by Terese Svoboda, to be published by [...] by

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