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Postcolonial Love Poem: The future as a matrix of today’s choices

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SUSAN PETRIE, SENIOR EDITOR, [email protected]

Poet and former professional basketball player Natalie Diaz is one of my favorite writers. According to The Poetry Foundation website, she was born in the Fort Mojave Indian Village in Needles, Calif., and once directed a language revitalization program for the last speakers of Mojave. Her new book is titled Postcolonial Love Poem, and though I haven’t read it yet, I have read a few interviews with the author. Her perspective is beautiful and rare: a living, loving body as the nexus of past, present, and future. This line is from the publisher’s website: “I am doing my best...Read full article

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    Jun 2020

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