Kristina Marie Darling


Her Rage: A Conversation about Women’s Anger in Greek Myth and Drama by Andrea Applebee

  Erika Weiberg is an assistant professor of Greek language and literature at Florida State University. She is writing a book about women in Greek tragedy.   Erika Weiberg: There are two related questions being raised now by feminist thinkers about anger. How are women treated differently than men when […]


“An Oboe at Night Among Trees,” a Conversation about Poetry with David Baker – curated by Victoria Chang

David Baker is author of twelve books of poetry, most recently Swift: New and Selected Poems, (Norton, 2019), Scavenger Loop (Norton, 2015), and Never-Ending Birds (Norton, 2009), which won the Theodore Roethke Memorial Poetry Prize in 2011.  His six books of prose include Seek After: Essays on Modern Lyric Poets (SFA […]


An Introduction to Hannah Brooks-Motl by Henk Rossouw

  In “Capitol” Hannah Brooks-Motl turns the conventions of the pastoral inside out, as if the poem’s gravity were being warped by the black hole of late capitalism. I am drawn to the poem’s tender regard for all things—from “yellow mint” to “children / in apparatuses”—caught in its gravitational pull. […]