If you are using Kathryn Nuernberger’s poems or essays in your classroom, you can supplement that reading with these video performances, interviews, books reviews, and other classroom resources. Discussion questions can be found here. Be sure to check out the blog for writing exercises, reading recommendations, and publishing advice.
Words Together/Worlds Apart, Poetry reading in celebration of Earth Day on the theme theme of NATURE featuring Tina Mozelle Braziel, Laura Eve Engel, Roy Guzmán, Kathryn Nuernberger, and Sara Lupita Olivares, hosted by Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach and Kelly Grace Thomas.
Kathryn Nuernberger on The Social Distance Reading Series at Green Mountains Review.
BOA Is Here Virtual Poetry Salon. Reading “When We Dead Awaken” alongside other BOA poets celebrating new releases in 2020.
Reading “The New Elements” at The Princeton Festival’s Poetry Reading Series.
And if you’ve made it this far, you deserve this “Proper Opossum Poetry Corner,” which has nothing to do with Kathryn Nuernberger’s poems, but is a treasure in its own right.
“Witch Trials, Symbiotic Mutualism, and the Poetry of Fury and Yearning: A Conversation with Kathryn Nuernberger.” World Literature Today. June 2020.
“Epistles from the Poetics of Fury: An Interview in Correspondences with Jenny Molberg.” Part of the Collaborative Interviews Series at The Bind. May 2020.
A conversation about RUE with Katy Dycus from The Wild Detectives.
New Letters on the Air. An interview with Kathryn Nuernberger.
Mini-interview with Traci Brimhall about the Arctic Sublime, moral imagination, and the lullaby as poetic form. At The Rumpus.
“‘The first aeronauts were women shamelessly fornicating their way through the clouds’: An Interview with Kathryn Nuernberger.” A conversation with Stephen Furlong at Pine Hills Review.
RUE on the MS. Magazine “Poetry for the Rest of Us: 2020 Roundup.”
A starred review of RUE at Publisher’s Weekly.
A review of RUE by Erin Adair-Hodges in The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
“Pieces of the Whole: Poetic Sequences Reign in Four New Books” by Rose Solari at The Washington Independent Review of Books.
A review of RUE by Roy White at The Los Angeles Review.
The first review of RUE by Karen Craigo, Missouri Poet Laureate at Better View of the Moon.
RUE on Big Other’s Most Anticipated Small Press Books of 2020 list.