The Rumpus talked erasure poetry with Isobel O’Hare.
Morgan Jerkins interviewed Jess Row at Longreads.
Ilana Masad reviewed Edward Berenson’s new book The Accusation.
The New York Times reviewed a Chicago exhibit of tiny art.
At Dusted, thoughts on Dan Friel’s new album Fanfare.
Quoth Nathan Rabin: “Manos: The Hands of Fate is the cross between Rosemary’s Baby and The Lockhorns we never knew we needed.”
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