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In Focus: San Francisco Chronicle Reviews New Books by Marie Howe, Layli Long Solider May 30, 2017: Diana Whitney reviews new books by Marie Howe and Layli Long Soldier for this weekend’s San Francisco Chronicle. Marie Howe’s newest collection, Magdalene, is her “long-awaited [...] by

Jacket Copy Reads Layli Long Soldier’s Poetry Debut May 8, 2017: In a recent article at Jacket Copy, John Freeman contextualizes Layli Long Soldier’s first collection, Whereas, as lexicon. He explains, “The best poetry debuts are often lexicons. You [...] by

Layli Long Soldier On Being March 31, 2017: Poet Layli Long Soldier joins On Being host Krista Tippett to discuss her experience as United States citizen and citizen of the Oglala Lakota Nation. Long Soldier’s debut poetry collection, [...] by

At BOMB, Gillie Collins Reviews Layli Long Soldier’s Whereas March 22, 2017: In her recent BOMB review, Gillie Collins remarks on Layli Long Soldier’s use of wordplay to connote (and complicate) dissent. Long Soldier’s debut poetry collection, Whereas, responds to [...] by

In Her Own Words: Layli Long Soldier on Poetry as Prayer February 27, 2017: At The Creative Independent, Layli Long Soldier discusses her writing process, drawing parallels between poetry and prayer. In her interview with Brandon Stosuy, Long Soldier acknowledges how hard it [...] by

Layli Long Soldier Speaks Out at PBS NewsHour December 7, 2016: “I took time to let my spirit fly and be happy,” poet Layli Long Soldier says to PBS NewsHour’s Mary Jo Brooks in response to news over the weekend of the Dakota pipeline’s [...] by

2016 Whiting Award Winners Announced March 24, 2016: Congratulations to LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, Layli Long Soldier, Safiya Sinclair, and Ocean Vuong who were honored with a Whiting Award in the poetry category. The Whiting carries a generous $50,000 [...] by

Everything Is in the Language Mud City Uses August 12, 2015: Consider the Dakota 38 while reading the work of Layli Long Soldier in the premiere issue of Mud City, “an online literary journal promoting the ideals and vision of the Institute of American [...] by

Kenneth Goldsmith Says He Is an Outlaw June 1, 2015: To be a black man in the United States of America is to be in a constant state of war and I am tired, I’m just so tired of the war. White people want me to be dangerous, scary or sexy, they never [...] by