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“The Beautifully Worthless” – Invoking Emily Dickinson

Today is Emily Dickinson’s birthday, and rather than share her poems, we’re sharing some of Ali Liebegott’s work, an author influenced by and enamored with the poet. In an interview with Lambda Literary, Liebegott said she is “astonished by Emily … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month: Excerpt from “The Beautifully Worthless” by Ali Liebegott

from The Beautifully Worthless I wish somewhere buried under feet and feet of dirt answers for the unanswerable slept safe and unharmed just as the heart of the penny dangles, drunk and teeming unnoticed to most, inside the copper-green edges … Continue reading

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An Interview with Ali Liebegott, Author of “Cha-Ching!” and “The Beautifully Worthless”

Last week, author Ali Liebegott came in to City Lights to chat with our Publicity Associate, Jolene Torr, about her newest books Cha-Ching! and The Beautifully Worthless, both available this month from City Lights/Sister Spit. Listen to the interview: (For … Continue reading

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Videos: The ladies of Sister Spit Celebrating at City Lights

Sad you missed the Sister Spit book launch at City Lights or just want to relive it? Watch the videos, courtesy of Litseen, below: Michelle Tea: “I started Sister Spit because I was frustrated that all my friends were wild … Continue reading

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