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A.I. Storytelling: On Ross Goodwin’s 1 the Road by Connor Goodwin
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A car wrote a book worth reading.

Ree Morton: The Plant That Heals May Also Poison by Olivia Gauthier
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Rediscovering a “maverick” female artist from the ’70s

The Dead Come Back: On Mark Fisher’s K-Punk by Ryan Meehan
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A superabundant life online, thinking through networks, and asking for more.

Black, Feminist, Spiritual, and Alive: Cauleen Smith’s Give It or Leave It by Jareh Das
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Cauleen Smith tangles the past with figures from African American histories, Afrofuturism, Radical Jazz, and alternative futures.

Rona Pondick Works: 2013–2018 by Jessica Holmes
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Sculptures that depict the body’s predicament. 

A Roll of the Dice: Lars Jan and Joan Didion’s The White Album by Elena Goukassian
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Early Morning Opera brings the canonical essay to the stage.

The Centre for Emotional Materiality by Roula Seikaly
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What role does technology play in helping or hindering our wellbeing?

Beyond Gist: On The William H. Gass Reader by Tyler Flynn Dorholt
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Sixty years of writing about language.

Problematic Critiques of Sexism in Pop Culture by Sheila Regan
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How do you discuss misogyny in a society saturated with it?

And Then There is Using Everything: Boris Charmatz’s 10000 Gestures by Rachel Valinsky
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The choreographer presents a cascading index of form.

Something Like Hope: On Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah’s debut short story collection, Friday Black by Kristen Martin
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Stories that magnify what it means to be black in America through a satirical, uncanny lens.

I want you to know that I am hiding something from you by Kaitlyn A. Kramer
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Hidden passions made to be seen.

See All Of It: On Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore’s Sketchtasy by Corinne Manning
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 A novel about queer rage, the 1990s club scene, and the intricacies of healing. 

Unstable Solids: Diana Al-Hadid’s Delirious Matter by Rebecca Rose Cuomo
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Dialectics of mass and void.

An Invitation from Vaginal Davis by Ashley Stull Meyers
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Creating family and language through dance.

From the Outside Looking In: On Norah Lange’s People In The Room by Ruby Brunton
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Recognizing a forgotten Argentinian writer.

Atmospheric Entanglement: Jamila Johnson-Small’s i ride in colour and soft focus, no longer anywhere by Jenn Joy
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The choreographer explodes memory and explores the multiple.

Digging Our Way Through the Data Midden: On Ed Sanders’s Investigative Poetry and Broken Glory: The Final Years of Robert F. Kennedy by Ammiel Alcalay
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The citizen investigator as poet.

Shezad Dawood’s Kalimpong by Sabine Russ
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When I arrive in the lobby of Kalimpong’s famed Himalayan Hotel, I move around clumsily and with caution. I’m wary of touching objects left behind by long-gone visitors, and the pop-up ghosts of soldiers, businessmen, and mountaineers startle me.

Sesshu Foster’s City of the Future by Ammiel Alcalay
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I first encountered Sesshu Foster through his cotranslation of Juan Felipe Herrera’s masterpiece Akrilica and an anthology he coedited, Invocation L.A.: Urban Multicultural Poetry. It was 1990: I’d just returned from six years of intense political and cultural involvement outside the US. The Gulf War was right on the horizon, and in the hyper-stratified world of US poetry, where class and cosmos had taken backseats to an almost purely theoretical politics and poetics, I was in search of allies and kindred spirits. With Foster’s work, I felt I’d struck pay dirt.

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