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    At Dichtung Yammer, Kristen Gallagher talks to Daniel Lynch about her book, 85% True / minor ecologies (Skeleton Man Press, 2017). In composing the book, Gallagher...

    Kristen Gallagher, 85% True / minor ecologies, cover
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    Jennifer Hijazi discusses the results of the NEA's recent survey, which revealed that poetry is being read and written by Americans at record rates, in...

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    For the New Yorker's Culture Desk, Gareth Smit explores the New York Public Library's Berg Reading Room–home of the Berg Collection. Here, the library...

    New York Public Library Berg Collection
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    Artforum senior editor Lauren O’Neill-Butler interviews writer and artist Adrian Piper—whose current retrospective is on view at MoMA until July 22—for the New York Times opinion column,...

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    For Frieze, Lucy Ives writes about the "visionary cybernetics" of the late poet, architect, and artist Madeline Gins, and her reimagined novel, "one of the most...

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    Liu Xia, poet and widow of Nobel Laureate and Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, has been released from Beijing after eight years of house arrest. Liu...

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    Glenn Roberts Jr. of Berkeley Lab shares the story of two poets, Kate Greene and Anastasios Karnazes, who share a love of science and verse. They recently...

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    At Jacket2, Jared Stanley discusses his engagement with Joanne Kyger's work, placing special emphasis on her cross-disciplinary explorations. "Why start a series on ruptures...

    Joanne Kyger
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    Martinican poet Aimé Césaire is the subject of an article by David B. Hobbs published at The Nation. Hobbs's article focuses on three recent translations of Césaire,...

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    U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith talks to Nylon Magazine about her traveling project "Every America," her newest book, Wade in the Water (Graywolf Press,...

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