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Summer 2019 Online Edition

Now it's poetry's turn as we continue to post new reviews in our Summer 2019 Online Edition! Poet and translator Alan Bernheimer discusses his work and influences from New York to the Bay Area in a new interview. Plus we have reviews of After Effects by Judith Janoo, Windy Day at Kabekona by Thomas R. Smith, and a new English translation of Stéphane Mallarmé's ambitious, hermetic collection, The Book. Read on.

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new online edition

Summer 2019 Online Edition

Rain Taxi's Summer 2019 Online Edition is now posting with new reviews and interviews! Australian author Bram Presser discusses The Book of Dirt, real-life events of his Czechoslovakian grandfather's experience in the Holocaust. We mark Stonewall at 50 with two books edited by Jason Baumann, review Lindsey A. Freeman's haunting coming of age memoir This Atom Bomb in Me, and delve into the late poet Tony Hoagland's collection of essays, The Art of Voice. On the fiction front, read about Henrik Pontoppidan's ground-breaking A Fortunate Man, Ed Pavlić's stirring Another Kind of Madness, and Sarah Moss's eerie Ghost Wall. Start Reading!

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reading series update

Daniel Borzutzky and Steve Healey

Join us as we kick off our Fall 2019 season with two stellar poets whose work draws on the political and familial spheres. More info HERE.