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Claudia Rankine on Why ‘We Need To Be Frightened’ May 12, 2017: Emily Temple shares highlights from Claudia Rankine’s recent appearance at BAM’s “Eat, Drink, and Be Literary” series. She arrived this week, following Ben Lerner’s [...] by

Now Online: Claudia Rankine’s Paris Review Interview May 9, 2017: The Paris Review published Claudia Rankine’s “Writers at Work” interview, conducted by David L. Ulin, in the Winter 2016 print edition. Now, their conversation is available [...] by

Claudia Rankine & Will Rawls Discuss Self-Surveillance in New Performance Work April 27, 2017: Dance writer Siobhan Burke spoke to Claudia Rankine and choreographer Will Rawls for the New York Times about surveillance, “the already dead space,” the luxury of just dancing, and their [...] by

Congratulations 2017 Guggenheim Fellows! April 10, 2017: The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced the recipients of this year’s fellowships on Friday and we’re delighted to fill you in on a few of the poetry-related details. As [...] by

Claudia Rankine & Nathaniel Mackey Honored by the Library of Congress March 28, 2017: Yesterday the Library of Congress announced Claudia Rankine and Nathaniel Mackey will be honored with the Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry: Rankine for her groundbreaking 2014 book Citizen: An [...] by

Concordia University Crosses the Copyright Line March 13, 2017: Concordia University’s Centre for Expanded Poetics is in the headlines, specifically its director Nathan Brown, who has been scanning entire poetry collections before posting them to the [...] by

Claudia Rankine Talks Oscars, Trump, Whiteness, & More February 24, 2017: Posted yesterday at the Financial Times is a lunch convo with Claudia Rankine. Neil Munshi goes into detail about his exquisite conversation with Rankine over a delectable farm to table lunch at ABC [...] by

New Yorker Introduces Readers to Claudia Rankine’s Racial Imaginary Institute January 23, 2017: Although Claudia Rankine, the author of ground-breaking collection Citizen, explains to the New Yorker’s Lauretta Charlton that her newest project, the Racial Imaginary Institute, has been in [...] by

Claudia Rankine Receives 2016 United States Artists Fellowship November 17, 2016: Coming in over the transom yesterday: ARTnews reports that United States Artists, a non-profit founded by the Ford, Rockefeller, Rasmuson, and Prudential Foundations in 2006, that “awards [...] by

In House A, Jennifer S. Cheng Meditates on the Concept of Home October 20, 2016: Poet Jennifer S. Cheng spent her early years in between the United States and Asia. Her mother is from Taiwan and her father grew up in Hong Kong. Her new book, House A, selected by Claudia Rankine [...] by