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Author: Denise Newman

Denise Newman's previous poetry collections are THE NEW MAKE BELIEVE, WILD GOODS and HUMAN FOREST. She is the translator of Azorno and The Painted Room, both by the late Danish poet, Inger Christensen, and Baboon by Naja Marie Aidt, which won the 2015 PEN Translation Award. Newman is also involved in video, installation and social practice projects that explore language and poetics, and for many years has collaborated with composers providing lyrics for choral works. In 2014 she received a Creative Work Fund grant and an NEA Fellowship in Translation. She teaches at the California College of the Arts.

Future People
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Future People

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Poetry. "We all want to know the face of the future, given the broken tablets and barely recognizable mirror images of our human selves, rampaging and chattering. Can language show us something new, something unfolding in time? It's so hard to smash...

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HUMAN FOREST
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HUMAN FOREST

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Poetry. Gillian Conoley has commented that Denise Newman's work is intimate, erotic, pantheistic, metaphysical, then sprinkled with the odd grace and beauty of American colloquialisms. Full of a kind of delightful unrest where 'sky tosses dispositio...

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The New Make Believe
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The New Make Believe

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Poetry. "A strange intelligence guides the works in THE NEW MAKE BELIEVE toward insistent, yet nearly ineffable, redefinitions of commonplace words, as if everything were, in being named, strange. 'Accident,' 'law,' 'memorial,' 'wolf,' 'pants,' 'sex...

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Wild Goods
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Wild Goods

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Poetry. Here is a new collection of poems entitled WILD GOODS by Bay Area poet and translator Denise Newman. "The poems of WILD GOODS 'study' death as text: death being the same as actions/birth/the text/'her,' a 'sandwichtime.' The juncture or 'sil...

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