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Laura Warrell on Publishing While Black

“What’s key is not that authors of color talk about race the ‘right’ way, but simply that we’re here.”

 
By Laura Warrell  February 6, 2023

Queer Correspondence: On the Radical Potential of Epistolary Poetry

Madeleine Cravens Considers the Poems That Explore the Spaces Between Public and Private

 
By Madeleine Cravens  February 6, 2023

“At the Crossroads,” a Poem by Dana Gioia

From the Collection Meet Me at the Lighthouse

 
By Dana Gioia  February 6, 2023

Who Really Was Margaret Fuller Before Her Sudden Death?

From The History of Literature Podcast with Jacke Wilson

 
By History of Literature  February 6, 2023

Kwame Dawes on The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

Dawes, the great poet and critic, reflects on the legacy of the rhetorician and abolitionist Douglass, in the introduction to a new edition of his monumental autobiography

 
By Kwame Dawes  February 6, 2023