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Maggie Nelson Interviewed at The Cut April 3, 2017: At New York Mag’s style blog The Cut, Maggie Nelson talks with Maggie Lange about the “daring intimacy” of her work, its shareable qualities (“everyone always seems to be [...] 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

In Dialogue: Solmaz Sharif & Rickey Laurentiis at Sublevel February 3, 2017: The first issue of new digital/print magazine Sublevel has arrived! Coedited by Janice Lee and Maggie Nelson, this publication is rooted in the CalArts MFA Creative Writing Program and is [...] by

‘I Wanted to be a Diminutive, Profuse, Electric Ribbon of Horniness and Divine Grace’: Maggie Nelson on Prince, at The New Yorker December 28, 2016: Poet Maggie Nelson recounts her first encounter with Prince. The pop star, who died this year, was an early inspiration. Nelson writes: “Was I sexual at ten? I don’t know. I know my father [...] by

Announcing a New Journal Out of CalArts, SUBLEVEL October 27, 2016: Good news from Southern California: SUBLEVEL is the new online literary magazine from the CalArts MFA Writing Program. “SUBLEVEL is devoted to the nexus of literature, poetics, art, criticism, [...] by

T Magazine Explores Maggie Nelson’s ‘Desert Island’ Reading List October 11, 2016: In addition to Paul Celan (translated by Pierre Joris) and The Selected Poems of T’ao Ch’ien, Maggie Nelson’s must-have list includes Lorine Niedecker’s Collected Works. Dig in: [...] by

Rankine, Nelson Awarded 2016 MacArthur Foundation ‘Genius’ Grants! September 22, 2016: This year’s honorees in literature include Claudia Rankine, the author of the critically-acclaimed 2014 collection Citizen, and Maggie Nelson, author of Women, the New York School, and Other [...] by

Ross Gay & Maggie Nelson Among NBCC Award Winners March 18, 2016: The National Book Critics Circle Awards ceremony was last night! While the winners were announced in New York, the LA Times has all the details on the best of publishing year 2015: Ross Gay won for [...] by

Maggie Nelson Talks to Sasha Frere-Jones About Memoir, Fragment, Form… March 9, 2016: Sasha Frere-Jones interviews poet, nonfiction writer, and NBCC award contender Maggie Nelson, whose memoir The Red Parts is soon to be re-released by Graywolf. The two talked for Jacket Copy about [...] by

What Undiscovered Countries Are Then Disclosed January 4, 2016: The nurses wouldn’t treat the pain. I had no one to drive me home, and it hurt—wickedly—the needle, the insertion of the titanium tumor markers, the size of tumor they were announcing. A few [...] by