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Dorothea Lasky, Sarah Ruhl, More Remember Max Ritvo September 23, 2016: At Berfrois, several writers, poets, friends, and family remember Max Ritvo (1990-2016), including Dorothea Lasky, Sarah Ruhl, Kaveh Akbar, and Kathleen Ossip. “Part of me finds this very hard [...] by

Boyer, Kapil, and Spahr Are Raising the Bar, Says Maureen McLane in Noteworthy Essay June 8, 2016: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Maureen N. McLane does us all a favor and connects the work Bhanu Kapil, Juliana Spahr, and Anne Boyer. McLane invokes, favorably, Dorothea Lasky’s Poetry Is [...] by

Kate Durbin Discusses Los Angeles, Literary Television, Costume and More With Dorothea Lasky January 4, 2016: Dorothea Lasky is back at the Los Angeles Review of Books with a brand-new three-part series of interviews as part of her column “Five Questions and Five Answers.” The theme of this [...] by

Published! Dorothea Lasky Lecture: ‘Poetry and The Metaphysical I’ September 9, 2015: Originally presented for the Bagley Wright Lecture Series on Poetry, Dorothea Lasky’s lecture “Poetry and The Metaphysical I” is now in the current issue of Wave Composition. She [...] by

Max Ritvo Talks & Texts With Beloved Professor Dorothea Lasky June 3, 2015: At The Huffington Post, poet, comedian, and current Columbia MFA student Max Ritvo interviews his professor Dorothea Lasky. What’s special here is the peek at their text messages: “A [...] by

John Ashbery and Dorothea Lasky on PoetryNow! May 7, 2015: During our big National Poetry Month blog extravaganza, you may have been dedicating your web-time to reading an amazing array of posts from our 20 bloggers. With a fresh start in May, we’re [...] by

Matthew Burgess Talks to Dorothea Lasky About Teaching, Making a Space for Wildness, & More March 19, 2015: At Teachers & Writers Magazine, Matthew Burgess interviews Dorothea Lasky about her passion for teaching: “I think if I stopped writing poems—well, I don’t know what that would look [...] by

Accessing a Monstrous Perspective on the Animal Nature We’ve Got January 29, 2015: Our hero has written up our hero! At Rookie, Eileen Myles writes: “To write about Dottie, I have to mention an enraging thing I love thinking about. Which is that to write poetry and be a poet [...] by

Poetry Will Be Made by Some, Including Dorothea Lasky December 9, 2014: At Hyperallergic, Felix Bernstein writes about Dorothea Lasky as the “Golden Mean” and the “Ello of poetry” (we bet she’ll have more staying power, though!). [...] by

Thirteen Poets Recommend New Titles at On the Seawall November 12, 2014: The semiannual poetry feature on Ron Slate’s website, On the Seawall, features commentary in April and November from thirteen poets, who write briefly on some of their favorite new and recent [...] by