Articles tagged with poetry

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Megan Fernandes

In Cortney Lamar Charleston’s Telepathologies, witnessing black death becomes an everyday thing.

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Ryo Yamaguchi

Shane McCrae's new book, a finalist for the National Book Award, is an astonishingly precise account of a complex emotional past.

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Lytton Smith Chloe Forsell

America, she is not
America—
is nearby, is
nearly in sight

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Calista McRae

Lynn Melnick's jagged poems interrogate rape culture to reveal the absurdity of misogyny.

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Claire Schwartz

In Kaveh Akbar's debut collection, language is not only a homeland, it is also displacement.

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Marcela Sulak

Two recent books, works of collage and fragmented biography, bring Czech masterworks to new readers.

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Rob Crawford

Alan Felsenhal’s striking debut collection, Lowly, achieves something like early modern surrealism.

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Liz Bowen

Vievee Francis's sensuously lyrical poetry, written against a backdrop of ecopolitical crisis, is wild for survival.

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Marty Cain

Hackers, the Swedish poet Aase Berg's latest collection, depicts the feeling of late capitalism.

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Boston Review

New poetry from Andre Bradley, Barbara Claire Freeman, Maureen N. McLane, Gabrielle Calvocoressi, and Amy King.