A collection that joins several notable English-language translations of the Tang Dynasty poet, Hanshan.
A poetry collection that explores American capitalism, trauma, and the absurd precision of objects.
The poet on his new collection, institutions of power, purity, and the possibility of total obliteration.
A poetry collection by a poet in constant transit between languages.
A poetry collection about how to handle unfinished business.
The archival genesis of Blood Feather and its rich inquiry into poetry as a curatorial act.
A poetry collection that is “allergically pastoral” and full of good fantasies (with a touch of pain).
The poet on writing against queer erasure.
On the life experiences that smooth our edges, writing into the unknown, and the brutality of love.
The poet on his new collection, language as resistance, research as a starting point, and how the intimate suggests the epic.
The poet on her new collection and writing poems about the system in an embodied, intuitive way.
On writing music to the poems of Nick Flynn, Marie Howe, Natalie Diaz, and others.
All loves—and all selves—are fictions. Though that doesn’t mean they aren’t true.
On his new collection of poetry, I Will Destroy You, the book that emerged from choosing not to write.
Long neglected poet Stephen Jonas created a complex web of self-mythologized identities to escape any form of categorization …
The poets on their latest collections, the texture of language, and work that pulls the rug from under us.
The poet on the virtues of improv, the cost of solitude, and having deep conversations with other texts.