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Posts Tagged ‘Los Angeles Review of Books’

The Noir of Lynda Hull at LARB November 19, 2015: If you’re a film noir aficionado and poetry lover, you’ll want to head over to the Los Angeles Review of Books to read Suzanne Lummis’s take on how the film genre informs the poetry [...] by

Felix Bernstein’s Notes on Post-Conceptual Poetry Reviewed at LARB November 18, 2015: If you’re curious what Felix Bernstein’s debut essay collection, Notes on Post-Conceptual Poetry (Insert Blanc Press), is all about, just click over to the Los Angeles Review of Books to [...] by

Amber Tamblyn Interviewed at Los Angles Review of Books October 21, 2015: Poet, actor, and fellow Harriet contributor Amber Tamblyn is interviewed at the Los Angeles Review of Books about her new book, Dark Sparkler (HarperCollins). The collection started with an impulsive [...] by

Juliana Spahr & Stephanie Young Problematize the ‘Mainly White Room’ of the Literary Community September 21, 2015: We’d be remiss to think we could easily summarize “The Program Era and the Mainly White Room,” by Juliana Spahr and Stephanie Young, published this weekend at the Los Angeles Review [...] by

Lisa Russ Spaar Looks at Books by Arthur Sze & Eleanor Stanford September 4, 2015: Once again, Lisa Russ Spaar looks at second books of poetry for Los Angeles Review of Books, this time reading Bartram’s Garden by Eleanor Stanford and Two Ravens by Arthur Sze (pictured above). [...] by

At LARB: We Are Nothing and So Can You by Jasper Bernes August 26, 2015: Jasper Bernes’s We Are Nothing and So Can You (Commune Editions 2015) is reviewed at Los Angeles Review of Books. Zac Gunter writes that the book “exemplifies the aesthetics of uprising, [...] by

Rigoberto González Considers Books by Ada Límon, Kyle Dargan, & Quan Barry July 22, 2015: Rigoberto González considers the “mid-career poet,” defined loosely: “The expectation is that four published poetry books provides enough material to establish a reputation, a [...] by

After Charleston, LA Review of Books Meets with Kwame Dawes July 9, 2015: How do we move forward after the Charleston Massacre? DéLana R.A. Dameron at LARB regroups with Kwame Dawes to reflect on Charleston’s “psychic landscape.” After Dameron asks Dawes [...] by

Poets Personally Reflect on the Appointment of Juan Felipe Herrera as U.S. Poet Laureate July 6, 2015: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, poets Rigoberto González, Sandra Cisneros, Eduardo C. Corral, Francisco Aragón, Carmen Gimenez Smith, Tim Z. Hernandez, and Brenda Cárdenas reflect on the [...] by

Kim Calder Considers Vanessa Place’s Denunciation at Los Angeles Review of Books June 16, 2015: Los Angeles-based poet and academic Kim Calder has written an essay, “The Denunciation of Vanessa Place,” for the Los Angeles Review of Books. The piece starts with Mongrel [...] by