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Stefania Heim Translates Giorgio de Chirico for A Public Space April 13, 2016: Stefania Heim has translated poems by Giorgio de Chirico! In the newest issue of A Public Space, Brett Fletcher Lauer introduces the portfolio, writing of the painter’s enlistment in the [...] by

Brett Fletcher Lauer Talks to Boston Review About Krishna, Wordsworth, Wittgenstein, Workshops… September 4, 2014: At Boston Review, William Brewer interviews Brett Fletcher Lauer, he of the new collection (and first!) A Hotel in Belgium (Four Way Books, 2014), which “is one of those fabled first books that [...] by

Safia Jama Unpacks the Shadowy Figures in Brett Fletcher Lauer’s Newest Collection of Poems, A Hotel in Belgium August 26, 2014: Safia Jama uncovers the strangers and shadowy traumas in Brett Fletcher Lauer’s latest collection out now from Four Way Books, called A Hotel in Belgium. The title of Brett Fletcher Lauer’s [...] by

Brett Fletcher Lauer’s Supposed Person June 26, 2013: Poet and editor Brett Fletcher Lauer has written an essay for A Public Space entitled “A Supposed Person” that addresses his early fascination with Missed Connections, faking it, poetry, [...] by