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What is a Birthplace: Susan Howe Reflects on Her Link to Filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky November 25, 2015: Stefania Helm interviews Susan Howe on the eve of Howe’s recent appearance at Film Society of Lincoln Center, where she introduced The Mirror by Andrei Tarkovsky. More, via Film Society of [...] by

New to the Archive November 25, 2015: Welcome everyone and settle around the table for that most beloved tradition, the monthly recap of poems we’ve recently added to the website. Pass the enchiladas, Grandma. Starting next week, [...] by

The Guardian Looks ‘Beyond Cliches’ at Trans Poetry November 25, 2015: At the Guardian, Cat Fitzpatrick looks at how and why trans artists are finding their voices through the medium of poetry. More: For a long time, trans writing meant memoir. From Christine Jorgensen [...] by

Joan Naviyuk Kane Featured at PBS News Hour November 25, 2015: At PBS News Hour, Corinne Segal talks to Alaskan Native poet Joan Naviyuk Kane about her poetry, the linguistic and cultural diversity of Native people in the U.S., and they take a look at [...] by

The Dollers in Conversation at The Rumpus November 24, 2015: At The Rumpus, Maria Anderson speaks with Ben and Sandra Doller for their on-going interview series, on the occasion of the Dollers’s new collaboration, The Yesterday Project. Here’s [...] by

Cultured Vultures Reads George Orwell’s Complete Poetry November 24, 2015: Rudi Abdallah reviews George Orwell: The Complete Poetry for Cultured Vultures. (“We Eat Your Words.”) What was Orwell’s poetry like? According to Abdallah, Orwell’s poetry is [...] by

LGBT Poetry Showcase at the Miami Book Fair November 24, 2015: “Poetry is having a moment in Miami,” writes Craig Stanley at NBC News. And the Miami Book Fair’s showcase of contemporary LGBT poets is only intensifying that moment. Stanley [...] by

Behind the Poetry: At Irish Times Kate Dempsey Talks About Her Full-Length Poetry Debut November 24, 2015: Irish poet, Kate Dempsey, introduces readers to her debut collection of poetry, The Space Between, at Irish Times. It’s a long time coming! The earliest poem dates back fifteen years; the most [...] by

‘I sound like Louisiana in my work': Jericho Brown in Conversation November 23, 2015: Last week at Folio’s Tumblr page, the journal’s editor in chief, Kangsen Feka Wakai, sat down to chat with the always insightful Jericho Brown. As you might expect, their conversation [...] by

Hannah Sanghee Park’s ‘And a Lie’ as First Read by Susan McCabe November 23, 2015: Checking in with Jacket2′s First Readings series, today we bring you a first look at Hannah Sanghee Park’s “And a Lie,” (a twisting, slippery poem) through the eyes of Susan [...] by