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Welcome to the April issue of Bluelines! It’s National Poetry Month, and to celebrate, we’ve unlocked Imperial Lyric by Leah Middlebrook. And in Journals News we welcome back The Langston Hughes Review after a nearly 10-year hiatus with a special issue.

We invite you to a book launch: Pier Groups: A Conversation with Jonathan Weinberg at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Sunday, May 5 at 4:00 p.m. in the Susan and John Hess Family Gallery and Theater.

Pier Groups (Penn State Press) weaves together interviews, documentary photographs, literary texts, artworks, and film stills to show how avant-garde practices competed and mingled with queer identities along the Manhattan waterfront. Part memoir, part art history, the book is a document of the artistic and sexual expression that characterized—and ultimately transformed—the neighborhood where the Whitney now stands.
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Free read from Pennsylvania History

“Forging a Consistent Vision: The People Who Shaped Manchester's Renewal, 1964–2014” by Dan Holland from the Spring 2019 issue of Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies is free to read through July 1st!

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