Poem featured on Verse

Poem from Red Juice featured on “Beyond the Rented World“, a Verse Playlist curated by Charles Theonia.

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Atwater Series in Montreal: Poets Nguyen, Queyras, and Robinsong read April 12

Thurs. April 12, 7 PM
Atwater Library
1200, avenue Atwater
Westmount (Québec) H3Z 1X4
Métro Atwater, angle des rues Atwater et Sainte-Catherine – au coeur du centre-ville ouest

“Join the Atwater Poetry Project in welcoming Hoa Nguyen and Erin Robinsong

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Interview with Hoa Nguyen with James Lindsay on Toronto’s Open Book

by James Lindsay

In his introduction to Red Juice (poems 1998-2008), Anselm Berrigan describes the poetry of Hoa Nguyen as, “sonic environments made word by word, provoked by lived experience into forms …

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Poetry and Pho

In conversation with the amazing poet Paul Maziar.

“There’s ever a sense of dailiness in Nguyen’s poems, which are full of life — right now as well as the past. Reading these poems one imagines her dancing around the house …

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How to contemplate climate change with 2 children under four

Poem “No Sleep” printed, read: PBS NewsHour.

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4 Poems from RED JUICE in Tender Journal

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Some favorites appear here in Tender Journal.

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Profile for Brockton Writers Series

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Video Collage Treatment of “Roll in Your Skull Gone Green”

A video collage treatment by Kristin Turner of the poem “[Roll in your skull gone green]” from Red Juice.

 

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RED JUICE named on February 2015 Reading List

RED JUICE named by Kaplan Harris on Poetry Foundation. 

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Cleaver Magazine Reviews RED JUICE

“Perhaps the oddest thing about these personal references is their failure to become sentimental or excessively self-centered, a product of the fact that each of Nguyen’s poems has so much going on—family, ancient history, contemporary reference, cut-up deconstruction, dangling phrases, …

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