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http://bostonreview.net/arts-in-society/ed-pavlic-adrienne-rich

https://brickmag.com/podcast/reading-ed-pavlic-part-2/

https://brickmag.com/a-brick-podcast-ed-pavlic-reads-from-part-1-of-beyond-simplicity/

http://bostonreview.net/literature-culture/ed-pavlic-aretha-franklin-amazing-grace

 

http://radioopensource.org/amazing-aretha/

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/12/books/review/to-float-in-the-space-between-terrance-hayes-etheridge-knight.html

 

https://rewire.news/article/2018/09/10/debacle-serenas-unrivaled-intensity/

 

 

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/147831/ours-is-no-bedtime-story

 

https://brickmag.com/a-brick-podcast-ed-pavlic-reads-from-part-1-of-beyond-simplicity/

 

https://www.tiff.net/the-review/stormy-weather-in-a-time-of-global-warming/

 

http://bostonreview.net/race/ed-pavlic/baldwins-lonely-country

 

http://bostonreview.net/poetry/ed-pavlic-dont-ask-questionnaire

 

http://radioopensource.org/afterlife-otis-redding/

 

http://radioopensource.org/return-prophet-baldwin-21st-century/

 

https://soundcloud.com/poets-org/ed-pavlic-with-grief-with-fury-with-action

 

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/poetry/

 

Boston Review:  "We Called That Touch"

 

from All Along It Was a Fever—a what poem

 

LARB:  Ed Pavlić on Turning into Dwelling

 

WRITTEN APRIL 27, 2015 IN THE BLANK PAGES AT THE BACK OF BOLAÑO’S A LITTLE LUMPEN NOVELITA

 

Amen is the Price: James Baldwin and Ray Charles at Carnegie Hall

 

Boston Review:  Come On Up, Sweetheart:  James Baldwin's Letters to his Brother

 

Oh Don't Try Me": On Style, Salt, and Serena Williams's Utterly Astonishing Breadth of Utterance

 

In at the Door: Book Three: Inflation

 

". . .where only the truth can live": James Baldwin's Poetics of the Heart (1951-1955)

 

The Goal is Clarity: War, Sports, and the Dangerous, Delightful, and Disgusting Elasticity of Experience

 

Welcome to the Errordome: Are Editors Still Afraid of James Baldwin?

 

“As long as you think you’re white, you’re irrelevant”: James Baldwin’s White History Week

 

(Part 1) James Baldwin at 90: Not the Country We’re Sitting In Now

 

(Part 2) James Baldwin at 90: Toward a Writing Immune to Bullshit

 

(Part 3) James Baldwin at 90: Black Style in an Age of Sights for the Speechless

 

(Part 4) James Baldwin at 90: The Brilliance of Children, the Duty of Citizens

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