Articles tagged with poetry

Cecily Parks

Jorie Graham’s Fast marks the fraught presence of an environmentally inclined writer whose most immediate environment, the body, confronts a foreclosed future.

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Aaron Beasley Rodrigo Toscano

Aaron Beasley interviews Rodrigo Toscano

Boston Review

A poem a day, everyday, in honor of National Poetry Month.

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Boston Review

These poems are urgent calls for rethinking our place on an imperiled planet.

Emily Wolahan

Craig Santos Perez’s from unincorporated territory [lukao] is a personal document of witness, shelter, history, and hope.

Mary Jo Bang

Of the many words that might describe Lucie Brock-Broido, the most appropriate is extraordinary.

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The poems collected in What Nature were written in the predawn of the Sixth Extinction Event.

Cyrée Jarelle Johnson

Harmony Holiday's new book, Hollywood Forever, is a warehouse of quotidian pleasures and horrors.

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Cassandra Cleghorn

A posthumous collection of Joanne Kyger’s writing has the feel of a scrapbook with the weight of literary history.

Henk Rossouw

In daring new translations of Uljana Wolf’s Subsisters and Wilson Bueno’s Paraguayan Sea, linguistic playfulness and political acuity overlap in breathtaking ways.