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Suzanne Scanlon on Karen Green’s Bough Down August 22, 2013: Suzanne Scanlon posts a thought-provoking write-up about Karen Green's Bough Down over at The Millions. Scanlon considers books about death, addresses grief as a concept that is separate from the identity of the person who is lost, and writes about the writer and artist—Karen Green's—relationship with the person who is gone. [...] by

‘The Waste Land’ à la RapGenius March 22, 2013: Thanks to Nick Moran at The Millions, we happily spent an hour or with, as he puts it, "Nineteen intrepid RapGenius users [as they] set out to break down the 'cultural clusterf*ck and middle finger to the stripped-down simplicity of the Imagists' otherwise known as T. S. Eliot’s poem 'The Waste Land.'” The revised-remixed version is [...] by

The Slippery Boundaries of ‘I’: Megan Kaminski Interview in The Millions January 30, 2013: Anne K. Yoder's description of Megan Kaminski's poetry closely mirrors our own interest: "I’ve been drawn to the intelligence, the linguistic precision, and the fascination with systems — ecological, financial, neural — that inform her writing." In an interview for The Millions that borders on being a essay-dialog, Yoder and Kaminski [...] by

Pablo Neruda and the fiction of a poet’s house in Chile January 13, 2011: Luke Epplin writes in The Millions about the pitfalls of literary tourism and how one's perceived insight into an author is often the product of what the visitor hoped to gain by visiting the author's home. Epplin has traveled to many writers' homes, leaving him a self-described cynic about the power of these places to provide any illumination [...] by