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  • Poetry News
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    Visit Post45 to read Diana Hamilton's essay in response to Knausgaard's My Struggle, volume 6. In the process, Hamilton considers poetry, teaching; Bernadette Mayer,...

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    The Times Literary Supplement has 20 questions for Chris Kraus, who starts off by recommending we read "Marie Darrieussecq’s study of the painter Paula...

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    The Guardian has a gem for the old noggin: Actor Anthony Sher, who recently played King Lear for the Royal Shakespeare Company, has begun "to consider whether...

    William Shakespeare
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    Linda Gregerson spoke with Teague Bohlen at Denver's Westword about "her work, her past, her books, and the world in which they all come together," in...

  • Poetry News
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    In a recent Paris Review interview, Michael LaPointe asks Javier Marías what it was like to translate John Ashbery's poetry. LaPointe begins, "[y]ou translated John Ashbery’s...

    John Ashbery
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    Natalie Diaz is ALL ART's "Woman of the Week," picked by the staff because her collection, When My Brother Was an Aztec (Copper Canyon),...

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    In conversation with Eleanor Wachtel, Terrance Hayes discusses his newest book, American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin, a finalist for the National...

  • Poetry News
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    An article by Faith Hill and Karen Yuan published in The Atlantic contextualizes Insta-poetry's popularity, beginning with a somewhat more familiar figure, T.S. Eliot....

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    By Randall Horton

    Listen to the silence surrounding the silent, the other’s other—the often-invisible voice of women poeting on the carceral state.

    Assata Shakur
  • Poetry News
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    Kate Sutton writes for Artforum about Romanian avant-garde artist Geta Brătescu, who died last month at the age of 92. "'The fable of the alchemist, the...

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