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Posts Tagged: George Floyd

Learning the Hard Way: A Conversation with Kate Baer

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Kate Baer discusses her new poetry collection, HOPE THIS FINDS YOU WELL.

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Picasso Shares His Screen

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The faces of the students appeared one by one, both there and not.

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Reimagining Place in the Pandemic

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This collection suggests again and again that poets and poetry are conjoined with such places—found on a map and indelibly mapped to the psyche.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project: Aruni Kashyap

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“[T]he testimonial form is rebellious; it says that it will record what the state tried to erase.”

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The Legality of Love

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I remember when I learned there is a syntax to love.

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The Art of Striving to Convince: A Conversation with Elizabeth McCracken

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Elizabeth McCracken discusses her new story collection, THE SOUVENIR MUSEUM.

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SquareRoot of Love: Beyond the Divide

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We need some love back, especially from elected and community leaders.

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In and of the Wreck: Together in a Sudden Strangeness

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In its imagery and mood, the collection feels distinctly April.

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Complicating Unhelpful Binaries: Talking with Deesha Philyaw

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Deesha Philyaw discusses her debut story collection, THE SECRET LIVES OF CHURCH LADIES.

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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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Racism Is a Reboot: Binging Battlestar Galactica at the End of a World

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It was a new world; it was the same world.

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Building and Building: Talking with Patricia Spears Jones

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Patricia Spears Jones discusses her body of work, the future of poetry, and more.

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A Poetic Smorgasbord: A History of My Brief Body by Billy-Ray Belcourt

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Each sentence is calculated; each word explodes.

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Hybrid by Nature: A Conversation with Tara Campbell

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Tara Campbell discusses her new book, POLITICAL AF: A RAGE COLLECTION.

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The Virus

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In the eyes of some, we’re worse than disease vectors: we are the disease.

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Arrest Record

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A Black boy, no matter how young, was not a child. He was a future criminal.

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This Week in Indie Bookstores

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Indie bookstore news from across the country and around the world!

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