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KCET Applauds Tisa Bryant and Afrofuturism November 9, 2015: At KCET Los Angeles, Kenya Davis-Hayes takes a close look at “The Hybridized Writings of Tisa Bryant.” Bryant, Davis-Hayes writes “simultaneously draws from a various literary [...] by

LA Lifts Bukowski Beyond the Low-Life Cliche March 13, 2014: Is it possible to expand the scope of Bukowski scholarship beyond the low-life cliche that so permeates readings of his work? John Penner at Jacket Copy thinks yes, and on the occasion of this [...] by

Eloise Klein Healy is on the Mend January 9, 2014: We were devastated to hear the news that Eloise Klein Healy, Los Angeles’s first poet laureate, had to resign from her position when she became ill with encephalitis in 2012. A little over a [...] by

A Los Angeles Star: Wanda Coleman Has Died November 25, 2013: Awful, sad news. The Los Angeles Times is abuzz with remembrances and stories about Wanda Coleman, “L.A.’s Unofficial Poet Laureate,” who died too young– at the age of 67. [...] by

L.A. Dispatch: Suzanne Lummis’s True Grit Poetry of Los Angeles September 16, 2013: This weekend’s edition of the NPR News Program, All Things Considered, featured a lengthy interview with Suzanne Lummis. Suzanne Lummis is a poet living in Los Angeles and a practitioner of [...] by

Coldfront Interviews Becca Klaver on ‘LA and Real Magic’ February 7, 2013: In a two-part interview at Coldfront Magazine, Becca Klaver talks about her book, LA Liminal as well as her editorial work. We love that interviewer Eva Heisler begins the dialog by asking Klaver [...] by

To Fill the Absence April 4, 2011: …and what if thou withdraw In silence from the living, and no friend Take note of thy departure? All that breathe Will share thy destiny…. —from William Cullen Bryant’s [...] by