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New York Mag Recommends Poetry for the Holidays: Natalie Diaz, Cathy Park Hong, Gertrude Stein, Anna Akhmatova . . . November 29, 2016: New York Magazine editors are recommending 13 new poetry books for the holidays (that’s right, list-season is upon us). “Balms for the soul,” they call them! Writer Mike Albo gives [...] by

Hoa Nguyen Moderates Roundtable at VIDA on ‘Policing in the Literary World’ August 19, 2015: In March, Hoa Nguyen moderated a three-part conversation about “policing in the literary world” for VIDA; the third installment has just gone up. Carmen Giménez Smith notes that [...] by

Divedapper Floats on Water With Natalie Diaz July 28, 2015: At Divedapper, our new favorite summer time interviews-with-poets website, Kaveh Akbar spends a moment talking with Natalie Diaz. Diaz, Lannan-fellow, Fort Mojave Language Recovery Program Director, [...] by

The Navajo Nation’s First Poet Laureate, Luci Tapahonso October 22, 2014: Navajo Nation’s first-ever Poet Laureate Luci Tapahonso (also a professor at the University of New Mexico) talks to Natalie Diaz about what that position means to her at Los Angeles Review of [...] by

The Brother September 3, 2014: [Note: Each month we feature a guest post from a contributor to Poetry’s current issue. francine j. harris’s “enough food and a mom” appears in the September 2014 issue. Previous posts in [...] by

New to the Archive August 23, 2013: We’ve just replenished the coffers with some valuable poem nuggets and thought Friday morning would be the perfect time to share these treats from our online archive. Ya know, just to get the [...] by

“Maybe, it’s like a prayer in that regard”—An Interview with Natalie Diaz. August 1, 2012: Patricia Caspers, over at the Ploughshares blog, conducted this interview with Natalie Diaz. Caspers writes this introduction, which launches into the first question: I happened to read Natalie [...] by

Natalie Diaz on PBS Newshour June 4, 2012: Poet Natalie Diaz is featured on PBS Newshour. Here’s the intro to the piece, from their website: Natalie Diaz grew up on the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation on the border of California, Arizona [...] by