Blog Posts tagged with "Poetry"

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Authors / Poetry & Migration

Samantha Tijquanna (Tijqua) Daiker – 01/29/2021

Welcome, friends, to the latest installment of 5 Reasons to Teach This Book! In this interview series, we examine what we can learn from Milkweed’s titles by discussing our books with educators, authors, and booksellers. This month, we’re delighted to feature an incandescent conversation between Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley and Milkweed Fellow Tijqua Daiker. Read on to learn more about Kingsley's upcoming poetry collection, Dēmos: An American Multitude, out in March!

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Authors / Interviews

Bailey Hutchinson – 12/08/2020

Welcome, friends, to the latest installment of 5 Reasons to Teach This Book! In this interview series, we examine what we can learn from Milkweed’s titles by discussing our books with educators, authors, and booksellers. This month, we’re featuring the 2020 Ballard Spahr Prize for Poetry winner, torrin a. greathouse and her debut full-length collection of poetry, Wound from...

Authors / News / Awards & Prizes

Milkweed Staff – 10/16/2020

We are thrilled to announce that Michael Kleber-Diggs is the winner of the 2020 Max Ritvo Poetry Prize. His manuscript Worldly Things was selected by judge Henri Cole and will be published in June 2021. In addition to publication, Kleber-Diggs will receive $10,000.

Michael Kleber-Diggs was born and raised in Kansas and now lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. His work has appeared in Lit Hub, the RumpusRain Taxi, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Water~Stone ReviewMidway ReviewNorth Dakota Quarterly and a few anthologies. Kleber-Diggs teaches poetry and creative non-fiction...

Authors / Interviews

Bailey Hutchinson – 07/02/2020

Hello, friends, and welcome to another edition of Deep Cuts. In this series, we’ll be diving in with some of our authors and discussing the behind-the-scenes work that goes into the composition and production of their books. This time around, I am beyond thrilled to be in conversation with the winner of the 2020 Max Ritvo Poetry PrizeAllison Adair.

Her recently-released poetry collection, The Clearing, is a hypnotic exercise in tangible language that verbs us through reflections on motherhood, on imagination, on desire, on flora and fauna, and more. Her poems ask readers to consider how close language can get...

Authors / What Matters Most / Watch & Listen

Milkweed Staff – 04/30/2020

Watch: What Matters Most: Su Hwang | Milkweed Editions

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Welcome to the second episode of What Matters Most,...

Authors / What Matters Most / Watch & Listen

Milkweed Staff – 04/23/2020

Watch: What Matters Most: Adam Clay | Milkweed Editions

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Introducing What Matters Most, a new video series by and...

Authors / Interviews / Watch & Listen / Poetry & Migration

Bailey Hutchinson – 04/09/2020

Hello, friends, and welcome to another edition of Deep Cuts. In this series, we’ll be diving in with some of our authors and discussing the behind-the-scenes work that goes into the composition and production of their books. Oh, and real quick: this is Bailey Hutchinson, and I’m honored to be taking up the curatorial mantle for Julian Randall, the inaugural Milkweed Fellow, who created this series.

Friends, I’m feeling strange, and that’s in no small part because I’ve been alone in my apartment for over three weeks. It’s likely many of you find yourselves in a similar situation: self-isolation, while...

Authors / Interviews

Julian Randall – 11/27/2019

Happy December fellow readers, and welcome to another edition of Deep Cuts! In this series I have the privilege of diving in with the author of a compelling Milkweed title and discussing the behind-the-scenes work that goes into the composition and production of their book.

This month, we're highlighting Sarah Ruhl and Max Ritvo's collaborative book, Letters from Max: A Poet, A Teacher, A Friendship, which we released in paperback in September. We know this book has had an enormous impact on readers' lives. Spanning four years of Sarah’s and Max’s lives, Letters from Max explores illness, art, spirituality, and...

Awards & Prizes

Milkweed Staff – 11/05/2019

For her manuscript The Clearing, chosen by acclaimed poet and judge Henri Cole, Adair will receive $10,000 and publication by Milkweed Editions in June 2020.

Authors / Awards & Prizes

Milkweed Staff – 03/14/2019

Upon accepting the National Book Critics Circle Award, Ada Limón delivered a powerful speech about women and community. Read the full speech here.

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