Ann Lauterbach

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Anna Moschovakis by Jennifer Kabat

The poet’s first novel, Eleanor, or, The Rejection of the Progress of Love, concerns a woman’s unnamed grief, as well as the meta-dialogue between the narrative’s author and the critic reading her manuscript.

Liking Difficulty: Nancy Shaver Interviewed by Ann Lauterbach
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Found objects and fabrics.

Ann Lauterbach by John Reed
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“I don’t know about prescience, but I do think that poetry has for a long time been interested in the opposite of purity, the idea that poetry is linguistically promiscuous and poets are impure in terms of their appetite for language.”

Charles Hagen by Ann Lauterbach
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Anna’s hair, a flamboyant coiling sheen: irresistible. Ravishing, igniting any vista, any chamber.

N/EST by Ann Lauterbach

In that part of the day I was carefully measured for aridity

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