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By Ed Pavlić

Pauli Murray’s Dark Testament reintroduces a major Black poet.

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By Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb

I’m not one to go digging around in old dirt, but sometimes you find good bones.

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    In halls and moods of violent possession, we speak of languages as things we “have.”

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    One week last month, when it was unseasonably cold and rainy—which I loved because I was in a depression—there were suddenly mice flurrying everywhere...

  • By Diana Arterian

    After the publication of a manuscript, one often doesn’t speak about what is lost in the process.

  • By Diana Arterian

    Diana Khoi Nguyen’s first collection of poetry, Ghost Of, engages with monuments that narratives of familial tragedy erect.

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