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Book Review: The Ground I Stand on Is Not My Ground

Nogues’ text takes on the task of capturing an empire in the incongruities of its history and places the burden on an entire tradition—a set of documents that, save for Nogues’ practice of reading-through, might have otherwise been allowed to stand, enabling essential truths of the matter to remain hidden and unquestioned as parts of larger seemingly untouchable historical constructs.

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Poetry Prompt: The Rainbow

This month as we approach the 100th anniversary of the publication of D.H. Lawrence’s “The Rainbow,” we invite you to craft a poem sourced from the text.

"All writing is in fact cut ups. A collage of words read heard overhead. What else?" -- William Burroughs