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An Excerpt From New Full-Length Biography of Radical Poet Lola Ridge at Boston Review February 24, 2016: Boston Review presents an excerpt from Terese Svoboda’s long-awaited, full-length biography of Lola Ridge, Anything That Burns You: Lola Ridge, Radical Poet (Schaffner Press, 2016). (Harriet [...] by

Terese Svoboda’s Life With Lola Ridge February 13, 2015: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, we’re delighted to find this excerpt from the forthcoming book Anything That Burns You: Lola Ridge, Radical Poet, by Terese Svoboda, to be published by [...] by

As Editor of Broom, Lola Ridge Objected to Stein: “A bladder blown up by many breaths” May 23, 2012: Yesterday we got deeper into Ernest Hemingway’s salty annotation of the “Lady Poets,” one of whom, “the nearest prototype in her time of the proletarian poet of class [...] by

The Ladies Behind Hemingway’s “The Lady Poets with Foot Notes” May 22, 2012: Tongue Journal’s got this bit of marginalia on their Tumblr–Ernest Hemingway’s “The Lady Poets with Foot Notes,” originally published in Der Querschnitt, 1924. “In [...] by