REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS

June 2017 | GraceGod The Collective: Issue IV

“We have to let go what we believe of ourselves to actually imagine something more” Rohan DaCosta Interviews Arisa White

June 2017 | San Francisco Chronicle

“State Lines: California Poetry: Arisa White’s “Beechnut”

April 2017 | Los Angeles Review of Books

“Quiet is Creative. Silence is Death” Alyssa Oursler Interviews Arisa White

March 2017 | Publishers Weekly

Review of You’re the Most Beautiful Thing That Happened

February 2017 | Kenyon Review

You’re the Most Beautiful Thing That Happened, reviewed by Honorée Fanonne Jeffers 

January 2017 | I am Not a Silent Poet

You’re the Most Beautiful Thing That Happened by Arisa White, reviewed by Clara B. Jones

December 2016 | Drunken Boat

Interview: “Blessed Be #7 With Arisa White

November 2016 | Lambda Literary

Christopher Soto Reviews You’re the Most Beautiful Thing That Happened

November 2016 | Diary of An Eccentric

Emma Eden Ramos Reviews You’re the Most Beautiful Thing That Happened

October 2016| East Bay Express

Oakland Poet Arisa White’s Love Letter to Queer Black Women: On You’re the Most Beautiful Thing That Happened

October 2016 | Melissa Firman

Review of You’re the Most Beautiful Thing That Happened

October 2016 | Suko’s Notebook

A Conversation With Arisa White

September 2016 | The Lesbrary

Julie Thompson Reviews You’re the Most Beautiful Thing That Happened

April 2016 | hocTok

Arisa White is a poet whose creativity is her daily realm. This is her power; it’s what permits her fearlessness. It is her truth. 

September 2015 | RadicalMagicalBrilliance

Features poet, author, educator Arisa White, who is considered by host GaBrilla Ballard as a force of nature.

August 2015 | Gazing Grain Press

Arisa White Talks Emotional Mapping, Comprehending Trauma, Inclusivity, Intersectionality, & More

April 2015 | OmniVerse

Janelle Bonifacio interviews Arisa White

January 2015 | UMass Amherst Alumni Association

It’s Not Just About the Written Word

October 2014 | The BookBaby Blog

Why a traditionally published poet decided to self-publish her newest book, give it away for free, and ask readers to help her write the sequel

August 2014 | Hello Giggles

15 Amazing Lady Poets You Need to Know Right Now

July 2014 | SF Weekly

The Write Stuff: Arisa White on Experiencing the Articulation of Preverbal Understandings

January 2014 | The Feminist Wire

A Review of A Penny Saved by Sarah Mantilla Griffin

December 2013 | Women’s Quarterly Conversation

profiles in poetics: Arisa White

December 2012 | Mercury News

Oakland poet explores family in debut collection

November 2012 | The Narrator

Poetry Review: Arisa White’s A Penny Saved: A Poetic Narrative of Domestic Abuse

June 2012 | AfterEllen.com

Across the Page: Meredith Maran, Linda Hirshman, Arisa White

April 2012 | Savvy Verse & Wit

Interview with poet Arisa White

April 2012 | Savvy Verse & Wit

A Review of Hurrah’s Nest by Serena Augusto-Cox

April 2012 | Switchback

Syntax as Music in Arisa White’s Hurrah’s Nest

April 2012 | The Narrator

Poetry Review: Hurrah’s Nest

March 2012 | Life and Times.com: The Word

Interview with Arisa White

December 2010 | The Minnesota Review

Arisa White Photo Interview

April 2009 | NewPages.com

Poetry Review: Disposition for Shininess

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