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Maggie Nelson

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American poet, art critic, lyric essayist and nonfiction author; critical studies faculty at CalArts

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The Argonauts is a work of "auto-theory" in which theory is put to the test against life experience.

Maggie Nelson: The Argonauts

The Argonauts is a work of "auto-theory" in which theory is put to the test against life experience.

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Maggie Nelson: The Art of Cruelty-A Reckoning

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Eileen Myles and Maggie Nelson

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