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Aerial 10 & Lyn Hejinian: Poetics of Inquiry

Fitz Fitzgerald

06.13.17

Fitz Fitzgerald delves into an issue of Aerial devoted to the life and work of Lyn Hejinian, including essays by Kevin Killian, Katy Lederer, and Ron Silliman.

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FIVE GHOSTS: A REVIEW OF JANE WONG’S OVERPOUR

Nick Gulig

06.08.17

“Wong’s poems feel ghosted by the wonder and the terror of a necropastoral landscape in which the speaker often finds herself engaged politically with the violence of another world, one defined by war and by the literal and figurative holes that violence makes in people.” Nick Gulig reviews Jane Wong’s debut collection of poems, Overpour.

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Three Jawns: Rama, Carrington, Fórn

Sarah Rose Etter

06.05.17

In this edition, Sarah Rose Etter explores the madness of Carol Rama’s work & life, the stark surrealism of Leonora Carrington’s short stories, and the strange brain-bleaching of Iceland Dance Company’s Sacrifice.

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On I Have Devoted My Life to the Clitoris

Vi Khi Nao

06.01.17

“If the clit has an intellectual, historical, anecdotal, physical eye, it would take the form of Elizabeth Hall’s I Have Devoted My Life to the Clitoris. ” Vi Khi Nao reviews.

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Transitory Poetics: Tyler Flynn Dorholt’s American Flowers

Thomas Cook

05.25.17

American Flowers establishes Tyler Flynn Dorholt as a necessary and multivalent American voice. Tyler Cook reviews.

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REAL, FALSE, AND WORTHY: ON JEN GEORGE’S THE BABYSITTER AT REST

Shelby Shaw

05.18.17

We can build a pool and throw a party then delete the stairs so that everybody drowns. Now we have ghosts. This is the logic. It is logos without pathos and makes perfect sense as an equation.

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IDEAL HOME NOISE #12: Robert Frank

Jeff Jackson

05.15.17

The 12th installment of Jeff Jackson’s column focuses on the newly released 8-DVD box set of the film work of Robert Frank.

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She’s Used to Feeling Strange: On Ottessa Moshfegh’s Homesick for Another World

Nathan Knapp

05.11.17

Ottessa Moshfegh’s Mailer-like swagger is backed by a refreshing and head-spinning form of fiction, well represented in her new collection, Homesick For Another World. Nathan Knapp reviews.

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“I’m Nobody! Who are You?” The Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson @ The Morgan

Adam DeGraff

05.01.17

Adam DeGraff visits the Emily Dickinson retrospective at the Morgan Library and becomes immersed in previously unfamiliar aspects of her life.

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Swimming in Starlight: A Review of Hannah Lillith Assadi’s Sonora

Kimberly King Parsons

04.25.17

“Like coming across an animal skull in the sand, gleaming and picked clean, Sonora is as striking as it is unforgettable.” Kimberly King Parsons reviews Hannah Lillith Assadi’s debut novel.