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Ecodeviance: (Soma)tics for the Future Wilderness
Wave Books, $22 (paper)
Kimiko Hahn's Brain Fever
The aestheticization of the term avant-garde is a refusal to think what the alienation of human being in the modern era was made of.
“The assumption remains, however unexamined, that ‘avant-garde’ poetry is not ‘black’ and that ‘black’ poetry, however singular its ‘voice,’ is not ‘formally innovative.’
Race and the so-called avant-garde.
Four Way Books, $15.95 (paper)
To think of a month as a machine
Poems that begin with a bang.
Lisa K. Perdigao
W. H. Auden’s Struggle with Politics
by Maureen N. McLane
Farrar, Straus and Giroux $24 (paper)
Maureen N. McLane’s
To call a poem or poet “smart” is to offer a surface compliment that hides a “merely,” a suggestion that...
Poems that make a tiny insect the center of the world.
Caroline Bergvall's Drift.
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