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When I first read Catechesis: a postpastoral (The University of Utah Press, 2019), I recognized an immediate admiration for the multiplicities incorporated in the poems. There is a subterranean narrative to these…June 27, 2020
The poems of Kelli Russell Agodon are layered and nuanced, and these often take shape in multitude dimensions. The juxtaposition of silence and transcendence is particularly alluring. I had the opportunity to…February 23, 2020
The poems of Devin Gael Kelly embody a spiritual transcendence. When I first read his poems, there were myriad nuances that lead me to a journey of exploration and joy. I have…September 9, 2019
The writing of Sharanya Manivannan is nuanced, evocative, and is unafraid to reimagine narratives. I have had the honor of having a conversation with Sharanya about poems, societal norms, resistance, and beyond.…May 26, 2019
The poems of Paige Lewis encapsulate readers into another realm. I first encountered their poems on an autumn afternoon, and have been ardently re-engaging with its intricacies ever since. I had the…January 25, 2019
When I first read the poems of Chelsea Dingman, a dual efflorescence of strength and poignancy engulfed. In our first interview feature for Parentheses Journal, I had the honor of having an…September 12, 2018
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