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New to the Archive August 23, 2013: We've just replenished the coffers with some valuable poem nuggets and thought Friday morning would be the perfect time to share these treats from our online archive. Ya know, just to get the weekend off on the right foot. First, it is with great pleasure that we've added this handful of poems by Philip Lamantia, filling in that surrealist [...] by

“Maybe, it’s like a prayer in that regard”—An Interview with Natalie Diaz. August 1, 2012: Patricia Caspers, over at the Ploughshares blog, conducted this interview with Natalie Diaz. Caspers writes this introduction, which launches into the first question: I happened to read Natalie Diaz’s book When My Brother Was an Aztec (Copper Canyon Press, 2012) on July Fourth, and it was a surreal experience. I live on small [...] by

Natalie Diaz on PBS Newshour June 4, 2012: Poet Natalie Diaz is featured on PBS Newshour. Here's the intro to the piece, from their website: Natalie Diaz grew up on the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation on the border of California, Arizona and Nevada. She left the reservation to play basketball for Old Dominion University in Virginia and later for professional leagues in Asia and [...] by