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Richard Deming, Lecturer in English at Yale University, is author of Let's Not Call it Consequence and Listening on All Sides.
“I is to they / as river is to barge,” writes Elizabeth Willis in the opening lines
Willis has the finest ear for the lyric amongst her generation.
Forrest Gander’s latest book injects ethical consequence into his daring sense of the permeability of structure and the instability of form.
Susan Howe’s, That This.
The poems of Ann Lauterbach’s Or to Begin Again probe the difficult questions—ethical, emotional, political, and even spiritual—of accounting for despair.
Charles Bernstein's All the Whiskey in Heaven.
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