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Broadsides to Books: Who Belongs Here?

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the cover of Shrapnel Maps, book of poems by Philip Metres. Some cracked, tiled floor in the background.

Broadsides to Books: A Not-So-Silent Body

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Broadsides to Books: Witnessing Ourselves

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Broadsides to Books: Who Teaches and Who Learns

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Broadsides to Books: Astrodynamics as a Lens

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Broadsides to Books: Surprised by Joy

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Broadsides to Books: Sublime Before, Sublime After

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Broadsides to Books: A New Covid Vernacular

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Broadsides to Books: Missing Connection Among Losses

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Broadsides to Books: Familiar Country

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Broadsides to Books: The Personal is Political

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Broadsides to Books: Vision and Release

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Broadsides to Books: Unconsoled

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Broadsides to Books: Where Your Body Will End

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Broadsides to Books: Danger and Survival

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Image of the book cover.

Broadsides to Books: Voice as Asylum

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Cover of "We Were Meant to Carry Water" which has an image of a terracotta sculpture of a woman, viewed from above, holding up an offering.

Broadsides to Books: Singing into Silence

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"The River Where You Forgot My Name" laid on a striped blanket.

Broadsides to Books: What the Gaps Reveal

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Native Voices: Bridging Time, Space, Culture, and Languages

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Broadsides to Books: Mouth and Mastodon

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Broadsides to Books: Poetry of Absence and Song

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Broadsides to Books: “even in this desolation, so many signs of life”

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Broadsides to Books: Self Portrait by Proxy

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Broadsides to Books: Is the Arrow in Motion?

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Broadsides to Books: Come Here You Little. . .

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Broadsides to Books: Amorak Huey’s Raw and Extravagant Circus

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Broadsides to Books: An Observation of Observation, Kim Garcia’s “DRONE”

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Broadsides to Books: Chanda Feldman as Griot Descending from Farmhands

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Broadsides to Books: Astronomical Ardor in Benjamin S. Grossberg’s “Space Traveler”

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Broadsides to Books: Alison Pelegrin’s Love Song to Louisiana, Hurricanes and All

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