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Nina Sudhakar
Writer | Poet | Lawyer | Author of MATRIARCHETYPES (2018 ) & EMBODIMENTS (forthcoming ) | Dispatches & Bk Reviews Ed | she/her
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aria aber Dec 4
holy shit this poem by (photo by )
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Nina Sudhakar Dec 2
Good mail day: look at this beautiful double issue of ! Extra excited to have a new story in here, thanks so much to the editors & team.
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Kamran Javadizadeh Nov 21
“The lower meters of the Year” — such a haunting phrase from Dickinson
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Kaveh Akbar Nov 19
“Somewhere between ‘I love you’ & ‘but’ is mankind, a giant loneliness strolling through an even greater loneliness.” -Negar Emrani, my trans. Negar is an incredibe poet living in Iran. I’ve been translating her for years & haven’t heard from her since the began
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Dr. Susan Harlan Nov 20
I wrote a short piece for the wonderful ⁦⁩ about hanging out with my dog Millie in cabin in the woods, which is pretty much the only thing I want to do in life. Bonus: there is a picture of Millie being adorable!
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The Common Nov 20
"Guven’s Older Brother is an urgent depiction of the evolution of Europe’s identity." From Feroz Rather's review of 's novel.
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Jennifer Acker Nov 12
Get your auction paddles out. The annual postcard auction is LIVE. Win a personalized card from: MIRA JACOB VIET THANH NGUYEN AMITAV GHOSH ANDRE ACIMAN & many more...
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Victoria Chang Nov 1
“They/Don’t know every love is a kind/Of robbery. And sometimes hurt/Is a kind of mending.” -Reginald Dwayne Betts, Felon
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Leila Chatti Oct 31
— Anne Carson
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Leila Chatti Oct 28
— Frank Bidart, “Guilty of Dust”
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Ada Limón Oct 25
One of the great privileges of my life was being asked by MOMA to respond to a Frida Kahlo painting with a poem. It was so hard as Frida looms so large in my life/the world. Here it is. I hope I’ve done her work justice.
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Bailey Oct 24
“Lately I’ve been feeling betrayed by names: // the king cobra isn’t a cobra, the electric / eel isn’t an eel, and it turns out my anger / was fear all along” —Paige Lewis I cannot explain!!! how good this book is!!
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yates Oct 20
“Attending the Party” by Nguyen is the best poem I’ve read in a minute.
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Chelsea Dingman Oct 14
“We are all beautiful at least once.” —Jake Skeets
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aria aber Oct 13
Let it matter what we call a thing. Let it be the exquisite face for at least 16 seconds. Let me LOOK at you. Let me look at you in a light that takes years to get here. ––Solmaz Sharif
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The Offing Oct 6
"When disaster comes, some of us will stand on the rooftop to address the ghosts. Some of us will hold the line. Some will look for the shards, run our tongues along the floor." Read 's poem about climate change in
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Ada Limón Oct 1
This poem by broke me. “I can’t get past its squeals I can’t get past the inhumanity I can’t get past the lie but the gods of small things become the god of all things in the dark”
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The Common Oct 2
Selected by our Book Reviews Editor , a review and close reading of Wyatt Townley's book of poems, "Rewriting the Body." Check it out here:
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POETRY magazine Sep 30
If someone is going to make it out of this dream alive, let it be you —
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帅哥 / 陈琛 Sep 29
My god, I thought, my whole life I’ve been under her raincoat thinking it was somehow a marvel that I never got wet. —Ada Limón () This poem. This ending.
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