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Bridget Read on Elizabeth Bishop’s ‘Powerful Reticence’ June 13, 2017: Bridget Read delves into a new biography of the great modernist poet, Elizabeth Bishop, in the pages of the New Republic. The biography in question, Megan Marshall’s Elizabeth Bishop: A Miracle [...] by

New Catullus Biography Reviewed at New Republic July 12, 2016: Is classicist Daisy Dunn’s new biography of the Roman poet Catullus fact or fiction? Reviewing Dunn’s Catullus’ Bedspread: The Life of Rome’s Most Erotic Poet, James Romm suggests [...] by

New Republic Reviews Ben Lerner’s Hatred of Poetry June 23, 2016: For the New Republic, Ken Chen takes a close look at poet, novelist, and MacArthur–winner Ben Lerner’s FSG meditation, The Hatred of Poetry. Although far from a disavowal, Lerner argues in [...] by

The Many Faces of Emily Dickinson at New Republic May 24, 2016: There are many Emily Dickinson interpretations that writers today can “try on,” Alexandra Pechman writes in the New Republic. Pechman’s new article suggests that no matter how many [...] by

What’s in a Guest Tweeter: Lockwood’s NSFW Tweet on Behalf of TNR April 7, 2016: Blink and you missed it: Patricia Lockwood took over The New Republic’s Twitter account recently, and sent a NSFW tweet to Donald Trump. The Atlantic elaborates on the moment in a piece called [...] by

The New Republic Examines Unpublished Letters of Adrienne Rich April 5, 2016: At the New Republic, Michelle Dean looks closely at some never-published letters of Adrienne Rich and Hayden Carruth, while trying to make sense of the poet’s feminist beliefs and how they [...] by

Woody Guthrie Denounced Donald Trump’s Dad in Moving Lyrics January 22, 2016: Woody Guthrie’s landlord was none other than Donald Trump’s dad! Their relationship made for some interesting lyrics, reports The New Republic. “Guthrie lived for two years in a [...] by

Cathy Park Hong Tells Another Story to New Yorker Journalist Alec Wilkinson: ‘I won’t be reduced to a sound bite’ October 2, 2015: At The New Republic, Cathy Park Hong recalls her recent two-hour discussion with New Yorker writer Alec Wilkinson in preparation for his profile of Kenny Goldsmith, later reduced to sound bites in [...] by

Eileen Myles For The World September 30, 2015: Major news outlets are a-gush over Eileen Myles’s newest publications: a re-release of her 1994 classic, Chelsea Girls, and I Must Be Living Twice: New and Selected Poems 1975-2014. The two [...] by

Barney Rosset’s Last Grand Gesture Still Brings Controversy June 5, 2015: On the fourth floor of Barney Rosset’s 4th Avenue apartment, a mural, 12 feet high and 22 feet long, stands as the Everygreen Review and Grove Press publisher’s final pièce de [...] by