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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