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Posts Tagged: poetry

The Burden of Translation: Talking with Leonora Simonovis

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Leonora Simonovis discusses her debut collection, STUDY OF THE RAFT.

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The Last Poem I Loved: “In Defense of Our Overgrown Garden” by Matthea Harvey

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I read poetry for enjoyment now, to feel seen, and to see the world differently.

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Writing from the Bottom: Active Reception by Noah Ross

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Active Reception writes into the place where language fails.

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You Can’t Stop Rivers from Running: Talking with Rajiv Mohabir

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Rajiv Mohabir discusses ANTIMAN and CUTLISH.

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The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Derrick Austin

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Derrick Austin discusses his new poetry collection, TENDERNESS.

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Bringing to Light: A Gathering and Tethering of Memory in Darla Himeles’s Cleave

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Poems echo, rebound, and speak to one another.

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Gods Arrive Where We Pay Attention: A Conversation with Avni Vyas

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Avni Vyas discusses her debut poetry collection, LITTLE GOD.

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ENOUGH: A Constant Undoing

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A Rumpus series of work by women, trans, and nonbinary writers that engages with rape culture, sexual assault, and domestic violence.

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Bright Buoy, Dark Sea: Kelli Russell Agodon’s Dialogues with Rising Tides

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Like a buoy, Agodon’s poems rise above and go below the surface.

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Before the First Book: A Roundtable Discussion

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With Sarah Ghazal Ali, Erin L. McCoy, and Tawanda Mulalu.

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Projective Wonder: Imagine Us, the Swarm by Muriel Leung

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The individual and the crowd might prove as false a binary as anything else, even that [perforated] line sketched between poetry and prose.

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From the Outside In: Talking with Ellene Glenn Moore

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Ellene Glenn Moore discusses her debut poetry collection, HOW BLOOD WORKS.

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Birth Stories: Kendra DeColo’s I Am Not Trying to Hide My Hungers from the World

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The speaker is both ruthlessly in her body and simultaneously elsewhere.

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A Small Universe Set in Motion: Talking with Amanda Moore

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Amanda Moore discusses her debut poetry collection, REQUEENING.

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Of Language and Lineage: Carlina Duan’s Alien Miss

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All the while, the sound of the poetry behind the telling is sharp, rhythmic, and controlled.

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ENOUGH: How Many like Her?

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A Rumpus series of work by women, trans, and nonbinary writers that engages with rape culture, sexual assault, and domestic violence.

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Starting with Fire: A Conversation with Mai Der Vang

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Mai Der Vang discusses her new poetry collection, YELLOW RAIN.

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A Multi-Modal Study of Exquisite Blackness: Krista Franklin’s Too Much Midnight

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In Franklin’s telling, we are not just born, but fervent in our existence.

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