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Life Advice From Adrienne Rich | Literary Hub

Today marks five years since the death of Adrienne Rich, the incredible poet, essayist and feminist activist. I’ve been thinking about Rich a lot lately; so much of what she has written feels…

Source: Life Advice From Adrienne Rich | Literary Hub

Collected Poems: 1950-2012, Adrienne Rich (intro, Claudia Rankine) to Be Published by Norton in April 2016

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Collected Poems: 1950-2012, Adrienne Rich (intro, Claudia Rankine) (April, W. W. Norton & Company)

Over a half-century’s worth of pathbreaking work, without which a vast cut of present poetry would never have been written and would otherwise be impossible to contemplate. And it’s introduced by Claudia Rankine. No more necessary book of American poetry will be published this year.

AGAINST EXHAUSTION | *

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Chris Marker, 2084, via @cavvia

Against Exhaustion | *

Devendra Banhart – CRIPPLED CROW | A Longhouse Birdhouse:

A Longhouse Birdhouse: CRIPPLE CROW ~.

Ivo Pogorelich – Brahms Intermezzo Op. 118 No. 2

Gender and the Apocalypse – The Los Angeles Review of Books

Gender and the Apocalypse – The Los Angeles Review of Books.

Arts of the Possible: Adrienne Rich on Writing, Capitalism, Freedom, and How Silence Fertilizes the Human Imagination | Brain Pickings

Rich begins by considering the perilous interplay of the market and the mind in capitalist culture:

Arts of the Possible: Adrienne Rich on Writing, Capitalism, Freedom, and How Silence Fertilizes the Human Imagination | Brain Pickings.