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  • Du Bois's Telegram by Juliana Spahr
    Du Bois's Telegram (English, Hardback)

    Taking her cue from W. E. B. Du Bois, Juliana Spahr explores how state interests have shaped U.S. literature. What is the relationship between literature and politics? Can writing be revolutionary? Can art be autonomous or is escape from nations and nationalisms impossible? As her sobering study affirms, aesthetic resistance is easily domesticated.

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  • That Winter The Wolf Came by Juliana Spahr
    That Winter The Wolf Came (English, Paperback)

    Renewed poetry of struggle at the intersection of ecological and economic catastrophefeminist, ferocious, and finally celebratory.

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  • This Connection of Everyone with Lungs by Juliana Spahr
    This Connection of Everyone with Lungs (English, Paperback)

    "In a time of war, dirty air, missile worship when all oracles seem silenced, from every eco-lyric pore these fine auroras of This Connection of Everyone With Lungs have been streaming. Registering 9/11 as cellular rupture, this is a work of full globality which redeems our time, makes us remember all that poetry is capable of as form, frame, syntax linking air, earth, lung; what Emerson meant by lyric language as nothing less than externalization of planet's soul."--Rob Wilson, author of Waking in Seoul "By listing, by naming, the atrocities--the harrowing stats, the scary particulars--in our world-at-endless-war--we might at least exert control over our sanity and extend our mind and compassion to others. It is a connected universe as Spahr so forcefully and powerfully reminds us. This Connection of Everyone with Lungs is a sustained and anaphoric meditation, a catharsis for our predicament."--Anne Waldman

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  • Tender Buttons by Gertrude Stein
    Tender Buttons (English, Paperback)

    Centennial edition of a classic work of cubist prose poetry with over 100 never before seen corrections by Stein herself.

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  • American Women Poets in the 21st Century by Claudia Rankine
    American Women Poets in the 21st Century (English, Paperback)

    A thought-provoking mix of poetry, creative manifesto and criticism.

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  • An Army of Lovers by David Buuck
    An Army of Lovers (English, Paperback)

    In the age of Occupy, An Army of Lovers reasks the question, what is the relationship between poetry and politics?

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  • An Army of Lovers by David Buuck
    An Army of Lovers (English, Paperback)

    Underwear art and queer punk parties: a portrait of artist, activist and civic hero Will Munro.

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  • Everybody's Autonomy by Juliana Spahr
    Everybody's Autonomy (English, Paperback)

    While reader-centred texts have been criticized as undemocratic and exclusionary, the author instead argues that they empower readers, granting them equal authority with the author. She shows that reading these texts is a communal activity, anti-hierarchical and resolutely democratic.

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  • The Transformation by Juliana Spahr
    The Transformation (English, Paperback)

    Poetry. Juliana Spahr has lived in many places, including Chillicothe (Ohio), Buffalo (New York), Honolulu (Hawaii), and Brooklyn (New York). She has absorbed, participated in, and been transformed by the politics and ecologies of each. This book is about that process. THE TRANSFORMATION "tells a barely truthful story of the years 1997-2001," a story of flora and fauna, of continents, islands,...

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