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“a woman flowercunted & crosslegged, my face & my face”

In an interview about the opening to YOU DA ONE, Jennifer Tamayo said, “I wasn’t thinking anything. When I wrote this—what would later become the ‘Table of Contents’ for YOU DA ONE—I was trying to not think anything.” She goes … Continue reading

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The Skin of Experimental Poetry & Bodies of Resistance

“Experimental poetry” often foregrounds form as its core site of play. In emphasizing this skin of poetry as merely language or surface, a number of white poets and white-centered institutions of poetry have escaped discourses of the body and racial … Continue reading

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