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Emily Yoon Awarded UChicago Offen Poetry Prize March 14, 2017: Word crept up from Hyde Park to 61 West Superior Street today that Emily Yoon was selected by Roger Reeves as the recipient of the 2017 Offen Poetry Prize, which is award by University of [...] by

Roger Reeves Interviewed at Divedapper January 24, 2017: Divedapper’s Kaveh Akbar interviews Chicago-based Roger Reeves, author of King Me (Copper Canyon, 2013). Reeves has just returned from Puerto Rico, where he was covering the election. [...] by

The Guardian Surveys Bryant Park at its Most Poetic August 18, 2015: The Bryant Park Reading Room recently hosted a celebration for the winners of this year’s Whiting Foundation Awards. Each year, the Whiting Foundation awards $50,000 to ten emerging writers. At [...] by

Speculating Darkly: A Poetry Folio April 28, 2015: In April 2013, Roger Reeves riffed off what Theaster Gates calls Speculating Darkly in a three-part essay series that appeared on Harriet. A theoretical meditation on history, identity, and craft, [...] by

On Not Writing April 2, 2015: A missing molar. A kiss on a missing molar. A miniature woman in a paper boat. The sea, paper. She requests I set fire to the sheet on which she drifts. I do and see flames, or early afternoon light [...] by

Cultural Specificity Is Not a Limitation: The Rare Combination of Roger Reeves February 26, 2014: According to the Huffington Post, poet Roger Reeves will be all over this year’s AWP, reading at “a multitude of off-site events,” “discussing hip-hop poetry on Friday and [...] by

Deterritorializations: Repetition, Stutter, Report (the first of two brief forays) May 1, 2013: The book is liquid dreams. Writing is stone. Writing is breath unheld. The book is air by