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Cid Corman’s of, Volumes 4 & 5, Discussed at Jacket2 July 7, 2015: We’d be remiss not to make mention of this interview at Jacket2 (concerning Cid Corman’s of, volumes 4 & 5) between Bob Arnold (Corman’s literary executor and editor of of) and [...] by

At New York Times, a ‘Friendly Song’ About Carlos Drummond de Andrade July 7, 2015: Dwight Garner reviews the latest attempt at compiling aspects of Carlos Drummond de Andrade’s astonishing, kaleidoscopic career. Multitudinous Heart brings together a selection of his poems as [...] by

The Guardian Visits Lawrence Ferlinghetti in San Francisco July 7, 2015: At 96, Lawrence Ferlinghetti still has a lot to say about his life in the Beat Generation. On the eve of the publication of two new books, I Greet You at the Beginning of a Great Career: The Selected [...] by

Poets Personally Reflect on the Appointment of Juan Felipe Herrera as U.S. Poet Laureate July 6, 2015: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, poets Rigoberto González, Sandra Cisneros, Eduardo C. Corral, Francisco Aragón, Carmen Gimenez Smith, Tim Z. Hernandez, and Brenda Cárdenas reflect on the [...] by

VIDA Announces Leadership Changes July 6, 2015: The very influential VIDA has announced some leadership changes! Erin Belieu, who has acted as VIDA’s official spokesperson since the organization’s founding, said: “Editors and publishers [...] by

Transmission Gallery (Oakland, California) Hosts ‘San Francisco’s Wild History Groove’ July 6, 2015: Transmission Gallery is hosting a screening of “San Francisco’s Wild History Groove” (a documentary by Mary Kerr) on Saturday July 18th at 7 pm. The event will include a special [...] by

Celebrate The United States of Awesome: Krupskaya’s Open Reading Period is Now ’til August 1 July 6, 2015: Krupskaya Books, edited by Stephanie Young, Brandon Brown (pictured above with Stephanie Young), Kevin Killian, and Jocelyn Saidenberg, is hosting an open reading period all summer-long. That’s [...] by

Announcing La Vague 5: Animal Lessons (a primer) July 3, 2015: We’re turning into enthusiasts, what on earth. But please do have a gander or, why not, a whole badelynge, at the newest issue of La Vague, feat. an enviable roster of animal lessons from Holly [...] by

From Mr. Hegel to Mr. Snuggles: Throw Some Love to Insert Blanc Press Pronto July 2, 2015: Insert Blanc Press is–in the words of Poetic Research Bureau’s Joseph Mosconi–a good press and a loving death cult. We heartily agree! Insert Blanc, based in Los Angeles and [...] by

Mexico City Lit Responds to Disappearances With Bilingual Anthology July 2, 2015: In early June, Mexico City Lit (a bilingual review and publishing house based in the nation’s capital) released Poets for Ayotzinapa, a free digital anthology created in response to the [...] by