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Music for the Fucked Present

Weston Cutter

03.06.17

A deep delve into the vital immediacy and resilient pulse of Run The Jewels’ brand new third, and possibly best, album.

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LET’S HANG OUT: A REVIEW OF ALI POWER’S A POEM FOR RECORD KEEPERS

Gabriel Kruis

02.21.17

Gabriel Kruis tracks literary lineage and permutation in this review of Ali Power’s debut book of poems, A Poem for Record Keepers.

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Burning Rubber, Tearing Reality: A Review of August Smith’s The Mario Kart 64 Poems

Jayme Russell

02.16.17

In his ekphratic exploration of the classic Nintendo game Mario Kart, August Smith interweaves play with reality, player with designer, past with present. Jayme Russell reviews.

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Mierle Laderman Ukeles’s “Maintenance Art”

Adam DeGraff

02.13.17

Adam DeGraff checks out the Mierle Ukeles exhibition of her “Maintenance Art” at the Queens Museum, including perhaps her most famous piece, “Touch Sanitation,” in which she visited all 8,500+ employees of the NYC Sanitation Department over a two year span to personally thank them for their work.

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“I Cannot Enter Her”: On Search & Escape in the Book of Mutter

Amber Sparks

02.09.17

Amber Sparks explores the myth, maze, and memory of Kate Zambreno’s latest innovative work, The Book of Mutter.

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THE STRANGE POSITION OF DYING: A REVIEW OF MARY RUEFLE’S MY PRIVATE PROPERTY

Kyle Minor

01.31.17

Kyle Minor takes a look at Mary Ruefle’s latest book of prose poems, My Private Property, and how hard it is to describe a work of art in a review.

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Three Jawns: Camanchaca, Pixel Forest, and Float

Sarah Rose Etter

01.26.17

In this episode of Three Jawns, Sarah Rose Etter explores a sharp book set in the Chilean desert, the creation of the pixel and its growth into a forest, and the latest from Anne Carson.

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On Blonde by Joyce Carol Oates

Philippa Snow

01.24.17

A look back at Joyce Carol Oates’s doorstop reimagining of the life of Marilyn Monroe, Blonde, a novel that attempts to dig anew into the psyche of a troubled and misunderstood starlet.

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A Poetics of Disrepair: Christine Friedlander’s AVANT GAUZE

Kina Viola

01.19.17

Blank space and blood come together in the highly fertile, anti-narrative terrain of Christine Friedlander’s debut. Kina Viola reviews.

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Semiotics—not just for the French!: A Review of Jennifer Kronovet’s The Wug Test

Andrew Ridker

01.12.17

Jennifer Kronovet’s latest book, The Wug Test, explores the rules of language and how they influence our lives. Andrew Ridker reviews.