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Los Angeles Review of Books Interviews Camille Rankine August 29, 2016: Where did it all begin? At Los Angeles Review of Books, Peter Mishler asks that very question of Camille Rankine. The recent author of Incorrect Merciful Impulses, published by Copper Canyon Press, [...] by

Torching Authenticities April 26, 2016: Tonya Foster takes on the question of form itself in “Touching Authenticities” by deconstructing the essay, which strikes me as a necessary gesture given that she is tending to the question of [...] by

Camille Rankine Interviewed for Interview Magazine March 28, 2016: Wow: Camille Rankine is interviewed at Interview Magazine! Rankine (no relation to Claudia) “dives into the ocean, city, and memory, through webs of lineage and isolation to deliver poems as [...] by

Rumpus Poetry Book Club Visits Camille Rankine February 17, 2016: Camille Rankine visits Rumpus Poetry Book Club where she responds to questions about the process of writing her latest book, Incorrect Merciful Impulses, and discusses her MFA experience, student [...] by

Washington Post Reviews Martín Espada, Camille Rankine and more January 14, 2016: The Washington Post’s Elizabeth Lund writes that the best poetry books of January 2016 tackle “race, current events, love and loss.” What should you be reading to start this year [...] by

PEN America Hosts Diversity Roundtable for Publishing Professionals: ‘What if we published only queer POCs for a year? I’m serious: would the world explode?’ October 30, 2015: PEN America’s Antonio Aiello reached out to publishing professionals for a roundtable called “Equity in Publishing: What Should Editors Be Doing?” in which we see “how they [...] by

Hey, erica kaufman! (Part I) May 1, 2014: I suggest reading and re-reading Kevin Killian’s posts here on Harriet (which led me to think about an old post of Alli Warren’s, “On Failure” Instead of lack, why not write about [...] by

Seeing from Between: Toward a Poetics of Interloping April 29, 2014: Happenstance (part one of many parts), 1982-83 from Gary Hill on Vimeo. All men are sisters. Madeline Gins Poetry is translation. It takes one kind of experienced or thought reality and turns it into [...] by

See You in the Emergency Room, Part One April 29, 2014: Nothing goes with dry ink like cold beer, but what happens when the beer dries up? When I broke my leg on a German parking lot in 2004, I was on my way back to Paris to see a woman I’d met after a [...] by

New York Daily News Profiles ‘Young women poets’ December 20, 2013: Well, this happened! Apparently, “women have a way with words.” Or so says The New York Daily News, which features today a full-page, full-color feature on New York City’s [...] by