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Posts Tagged: elegy

A Poet of Ecology: Talking with Kate Gaskin

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Kate Gaskin discusses her debut collection, FOREVER WAR.

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The Light Endures: 13th Balloon by Mark Bibbins

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Grief begs to be analogized, not to be tamed exactly, but somehow made approachable.

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So That We May Move Forward: A Conversation with Marci Calabretta Cancio-Bello

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Marci Calabretta Cancio-Bello discusses her debut poetry collection, HOUR OF THE OX.

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Love and Loss in the Time of Pandemics: Talking with Paul Lisicky

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Paul Lisicky discusses his new memoir, LATER: MY LIFE AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD.

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Interrogating Grief: A Converstion with Victoria Chang

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Victoria Chang discusses her new poetry collection, OBIT.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #212: Mark Bibbins

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“I had thought of the title as a placeholder, but it ended up hanging around.”

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The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Cameron Awkward-Rich

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Cameron Awkward-Rich discusses his new collection, DISPATCH.

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The Brink of Unbearable: Careen by Grace Shuyi Liew

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[I]t is as if I am learning a new language with each poem.

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Elegy with Records on the Doorstep

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The old music still filled pits in him like sawdust and wood glue do a nail hole. The songs didn’t say anything new over the years, but they provided home when he missed it.

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A Eulogy for the Eulogy

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Twentieth century philosopher J.L. Austin asked in his writing what words and phrases could do in their utterance. In this tradition, Nick Ripatrazone examines Morgan Meis and Stefanie Anne Goldberg’s fictionalized eulogy collection, Dead People, to find out what the memorializing of public figures like Kurt Cobain and Christopher Hitchens actually do in their tellings, […]

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