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Posts Tagged ‘Mary Ruefle’

Color Pieces: Reviewing Mary Ruefle’s Private Property March 23, 2017: Scout Poetry does its anonymous-review-shuffle for Mary Ruefle’s Private Property (Wave, 2016), the title essay of which “collapses the boundaries between the personal, political, and [...] by

At the New York Times, Mary Ruefle’s New Wave January 16, 2017: For the New York Times’s Book Review section, Ben Ratliff reads Mary Ruefle’s newest Wave collection, My Private Property, containing “short reports” on subjects ranging from [...] by

Paris Review Spends a Moment With Mary Ruefle December 14, 2016: The latest installment of Paris Review online features an interview with Mary Ruefle, conducted by Caitlin Youngquist. Ruefle is a writer whose process stems from a bygone era—she hand-writes and [...] by

The Third Place, Between Naming & Chaos December 7, 2016: Mary Ruefle’s writing–particularly that in her new book, My Private Property, a collection of short essays and prose poems–is looked at alongside Anne Carson’s Float, a [...] by

Literary Hub Casts Its Vote for Books by Anne Carson, Mary Ruefle October 5, 2016: If you’re still pulling together a bedside reading stack for the month of October, look no further than this hip and of-the-minute compendium by Literary Hub featuring 18 books that beg a [...] by

‘The anxiety of the moment was the mother of invention’: Mary Ruefle Interviewed at Divedapper October 19, 2015: Over at Divedapper this morning, Kaveh Akbar interviews the always astonishing Mary Ruefle. As you might expect, their conversation ranges across a broad territory, beginning first with thoughts [...] by

Poetry Mixtape Volume V March 26, 2015: I don’t think I’ve written any poetry since 2008 that Ally Harris hasn’t edited, annotated, crossed out, or signed-off on. We were in school together at Iowa and wound up taking the [...] by

On Erasure at Jacket2 October 3, 2014: At Jacket 2, Mary Hickman takes on the politics and poetics of defacing and also, perhaps, “refacing” books with works by Jen Bervin and Mary Ruefle as two examples. At the 2013 [...] by

At The Brooklyn Rail: Mary Ruefle on Erasures of Lifelong Shame & Pride, More July 18, 2014: Mary Ruefle is interviewed at The Brooklyn Rail about her newest collection, Trances of the Blast (Wave, 2013), and also “speaks about metaphor, her ruthless revisions, the imagination as a [...] by

The Noise, The Night April 18, 2014: On Monday night I stayed up until 3 a.m. waiting for a glimpse of the blood moon, a lunar eclipse where the moon shifts into earth’s shadow and flushes red with the light of the sun rising and [...] by