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"Hvor kommer moten fra? Fra ideologi til mote i perioden 1790-1914" av Birgitta Ramnefalk

The Feel Trio by Fred Moten (Letter Machine Editions) - 2014 National Book Award Longlist, Poetry

Fred Moten, author of The Feel Trio, a Finalist for the 2014 National Book Award for Poetry (Photo: Kari Orvik Tintype Studio)

By Housten Donham This interview was conducted over the phone in June, 2015. It mostly concerns Moten’s book The Feel Trio [Letter Machine Editions, 2014], which was nominated for a National Book A...

Fred Moten & Claudia Rankine http://aalbc.it/2014nba make the 2014 National Book Awards Long List

The Feel Trio by Fred Moten. "Of all the grooving going down in American poetry these days, if there’s any at all, a large portion of it’s happening in Fred Moten’s work. The Feel Trio sets down three sets of lithe poem-series with fragile strength, 'the beautiful black blonde thing / of destiny birdsong,' full of images destined for the tomorrow when the weight of memory returns, never forgotten" (The Rumpus). 2014 Longlist for the National Book Award for Poetry.

Three Books of Poems You Should Have Read in 2014 - http://goodread.guru In 2014, a number of high-profile poetry collections leaped from the often ignored world of poetry culture into the wider world of what we might call readerly culture. Books like Claudia Rankine’s Citizen, Louise Gluck’s Faithful and Virtuous Night, Edward Hirsch‘s Gabriel, Patricia Lockwood’s Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals, and Fred Moten’s The Feel Trio received at

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