January 18, 2018

Articles by Emily Keeler

Text/Book: A Trick of the Light

By Emily Keeler | May 4th, 2012
Pulled between two fields of pleasure: Mark Strand's poems, Edward Hopper's paintingsRead More

Text/Book: The Stately Pleasure Dome

By Emily Keeler | April 20th, 2012
An interview with Natalie Zina Walschots about her new poetry collection, Doom: Love Poems For SupervillainsRead More

Text/Book: Drunk On the Impossible Past

By Emily Keeler | April 6th, 2012
On rereading Nabokov's LolitaRead More

Text/Book: A Fugue of Cock

By Emily Keeler | March 30th, 2012
Steamy readings on blowjobs, "dick-loving women" and other works at the AGORead More

Text/Book: The Woodstock Armageddon Next Door

By Emily Keeler | March 16th, 2012
A review of Miles Klee's 'Ivyland'Read More

Text/Book: Ignorance is Strength

By Emily Keeler | March 2nd, 2012
Are dystopic literary visions becoming the way of the real world? Read More

They Become What They Behold, or, How Pretty Should a Book Be?

By Emily Keeler | February 3rd, 2012
Emily Keeler discusses the redesigning and rarification of literature, and why we can't let it become decor.Read More
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