Pablo Tanguay
April 13, 2016
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One night last week, when my family was still vegetarian, I went to pick up my daughter Lola from her friend Rio’s house. When I got there, Lola and Rio were still immersed in a movie. I sat on the…

An Interview with Novelist Virginia Pye, Part 2

Kirsten Ogden
April 12, 2016
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Part 2 of the second interview in a series about the intersections of Writing, Teaching, and Identity Virginia Pye’s second novel, Dreams of the Red Phoenix, was published in October by Unbridled Books. Gish Jen called it, “Gripping, convincing, and heart-breaking. . . A real page-turner and thought-provoker—wonderful.” Kirkus…

Cinematic Syntax

Dora Malech
April 11, 2016
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I started thinking about poetry and cinema after a visit to artist and filmmaker Karen Yasinsky’s Film & Media Studies class “Poetry and the Moving Image” at Johns Hopkins University. In her course description, Yasinsky writes: Using P. Adams Sitney’s text The…

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