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Bad Poems for Girls Who Steal

Cornelia Barber


“Poems are not free. They are neither liberated from history nor are they free of labor nor are they cheap. But poetry might be one of the last forms that can take shape without monolith dependence on technology and money.” Cornelia Barber provides a consideration of social politics, historical debt, race, commodity, and much more amid the landscape of contemporary writing and publishing.