EssayBy Nicole Rudick
For Renee Gladman, drawing and writing function as two sides of the same verbal art.
EssayBy Dan Beachy-Quick
Lisa Robertson’s Boat works against the certainties much poetry strives to achieve.
EssayBy Craig Morgan Teicher
Jay Hopler’s final collection, Still Life, joins a canon of work by poets facing mortality.
EssayBy Eric Sneathen
Amidst the AIDS crisis and mass homophobia, the annual OutWrite conference gave LGBTQ writers a community in the 1990s.
EssayBy Michelle A. Taylor
The Collected Works of Kathleen Tankersley Young reintroduces an enigmatic poet at the center of American Modernism.
EssayBy Timothy Yu
On Monica Ong’s Planetaria.
EssayBy Richard Hegelman
The work of the German-Swedish poet Nelly Sachs ranges between atrocity and grace.
EssayBy Ratik Asokan
Two poets—one a maximalist and the other a miniaturist—explore the mysteries of inner experience.
EssayBy Betty Bright
The poet’s new exhibition looks to the heavens to reframe Chinese patriarchy.
EssayBy Kathleen Rooney
Ada Limón’s field guide for life on a damaged planet.