Posts Tagged: Valerie Wetlaufer

What to Read When Things Go Nuclear

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Here are some books to read that will remind you that there is beauty out there, even if it’s hard-wrought.

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Weekend Rumpus Roundup

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First, for Day 23 of National Poetry Month, Valerie Wetlaufer’s “Method” uses third person to describe a victim of mysterious migraines, and for Day 24, Tyehimba Jess calls for the curtain to rise “to show the face that is known” in “Sissieretta Jones, Carnegie Hall, 1902: O patria mia.“ Then, in the Saturday Essay, Anca Szilágyi highlights the […]

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