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Review of ‘WHEREAS,’ by Layli Long Soldier

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WHEREAS
Layli Long Soldier
Graywolf Press
Review by Amélie Frank

“Apology is policy.”—The X Files

Thanks to Graydon Carter for jump-starting this review. Carter — the publisher of Vanity Fair who famously coined the term “short-fingered … Continue reading

La Revolución Will Not Be Reviewed In The New York Times

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By Rich Villar

Disclaimers:

I’m a poet. I talk a lot about poems. I realize that the argument is about literature in general.

You will also notice a lot of politics in this essay.

These … Continue reading