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Talks on Metamodernism with Seth Abramson: Part 3 of 3

Talks on Metamodernism with Seth Abramson: Part 3 of 3 by Kirsten Clodfelter This post is part of a three-part series exploring metamodernism and its use in American poetry through discussions with the talented poet and teacher, Seth Abramson. Catch up … Continue reading

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“If This Happened in Germany, Cars Would Be Burning”: American Passivity in the Class War

“If This Happened in Germany, Cars Would Be Burning”: American Passivity in the Class War by Robert Archambeau Assaults on collective bargaining, a proposal to eliminate child labor laws, a tax structure that favors the wealthiest of the wealthy, no … Continue reading

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Sunday Poetry Series Presents: Robert Archambeau

Black Dog’s Bedside Manner by Robert Archambeau for John Matthias in a losing season, the black dog depression at his side The black dog’s in the room with you, and what to do but wait until he bites? He’ll wolf … Continue reading

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