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    The 2017 VIDA Count is here: "In this current political climate, amid the #MeToo era, we must ask if abuse and bigotry are anything...

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    At the Los Angeles Review of Books's blog, BLARB, Andy Fitch interviews Caroline Bergvall about her early works and most recent projects. In his...

    Caroline Bergvall
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    At the New Yorker, Katy Waldman discusses Yrsa Daley-Ward's transition from "instapoet" to memoirist. "Has poetry taken over Instagram, or has Instagram taken over poetry?"...

    Yrsa Daley-Ward
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    Flash Art shares an excerpt from the forthcoming book, Gordon Matta Clark: Physical Poetics (UC Press, 2019), by poet and writer Frances Richard: "'The term anarchitecture was more or...

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    Born at the crossroads with the punk/performance art and music scene of Los Angeles in the late 1970s and early 1980s were budding intellectual...

    Oscar Castillo, Street View August 29th Chicano Moratorium, 1970.
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    For Slate, Kyle Fleming-Rosko wrestles with new fatherhood and his sense that writing about his infant son would only end up reminiscent of a Hallmark...

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    Maggie Nelson's book of poetry, something bright, then holes, is being reissued by Soft Skull Press this week, after its initial publication ten years...

    Maggie Nelson, Something-Bright-Then-Holes, cover
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    Anne Lesley Selcer contextualizes Style, by Dolores Dorantes, translated by Jen Hofer and published in 2016 by Kenning Editions, "within the phenomenon of femicide (or feminicide)...

    Dolores Dorantes, Style, cover
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    Omid Safi, an Islamic Studies scholar at Duke University, joins a conversation with Aysha Khan at Religion News Service about how he decided to compile a...

    Omid Safi, Radical Love, cover
  • Poetry News
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    At The Atlantic, in "When Hamlet Starts Showing Up in Federal Court," Walt Hunter looks at the use of Shakespeare citations in legal environments,...

    William Shakespeare
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