Interviews | October 08, 2013
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Dorothea Lasky has emerged over the last few years as one of the most important poets of her generation. Her bold, unmistakable voice, both on the page and in person at her booming public readings, somehow brings together the comic and demonic, wonder and horror, sincerity and irony. Underneath the seemingly artless, accessible surface of her poems lies a sophisticated play with speaker and audience.
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36.3 (Fall 2013): "Transcendence"
Featuring work by Alan Rossi, Alex Taylor, Alexander Landfair, Claudia Emerson, James Davis May, Jane Gillette, Joe Miller, Nick Arvin and Rose McLarney, as well as an interview with Dorothea Lasky and a look into the work of husband-and-wife photographic team Olga and Adorján Wlassics.
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