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T Magazine Explores Maggie Nelson’s ‘Desert Island’ Reading List

In addition to Paul Celan (translated by Pierre Joris) and The Selected Poems of T’ao Ch’ien, Maggie Nelson’s must-have list includes Lorine Niedecker’s Collected Works. Dig in: “Collected Works,” Lorine Niedecker Niedecker lived most of her life in Blackhawk Island, a remote and marshy setting in Wisconsin, where she scrubbed hospital floors and cared for […]
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