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Three Questions for Sheryl Luna July 22, 2014: Yesterday at La Bloga, Daniel Olivas asks Sheryl Luna three questions about her most recent book, Seven. If you can remember way back to November, Carmen Giménez Smith had some good words to share [...] by

A Broad Range of Luminosity: Aase Berg & HDR Photography July 21, 2014: An interesting piece at The Hairsplitter on Aase Berg’s recent Black Ocean book, Dark Matter, translated and introduced by Johannes Göransson. Written by Ryo Yamaguchi, this one’s [...] by

Simone Fattal and Etel Adnan at New York Times July 21, 2014: Holland Cotter reviews “Here and Elsewhere,” a show of contemporary artwork from the Middle East, in The New York Times Arts Section. His review spends time thinking about and praising [...] by

‘If you can’t be free, be a mystery’: Billie Holiday, Rita Dove, and Jazz Elegies at Paris Review July 21, 2014: At Paris Review, Chantal McStay considers jazz elegies, specifically in Rita Dove’s poetry that explores the life, legacy—and sound—of Billie Holiday. This past Thursday marked the 55-year [...] by

Chris Tysh in Conversation at Entropy Mag July 21, 2014: Have you always wanted to speak with Chris Tysh about translation, but never have been in the same place at the same time? Look no further than this interview with Tysh at Entropy which is no [...] by

Publisher’s Weekly Looks Forward to Fall Books by Henri Michaux & Lisa Robertson, Among Others July 21, 2014: Publisher’s Weekly shares their top-10 forthcoming fall books, which include some Putlizer Prize-winning poets and Lisa Robertson’s Cinema of the Present (Coach House 2014), “a [...] by

New York City Poetry Festival: July 26-27 July 18, 2014: Time Out New York is interested in poetry! Or, the poetry festival season! They’ve given us 10 reasons not to miss The New York City Poetry Festival, held July 26 and 27 on Governor’s [...] by

Oh Snap! City Arts Calls Out ‘Poet Voice’ July 18, 2014: We aren’t even sure how to read a poem out loud after this one! From City Arts– If you’ve ever been to a poetry reading, the following scene will be familiar. After being introduced, a [...] by

At The Brooklyn Rail: Mary Ruefle on Erasures of Lifelong Shame & Pride, More July 18, 2014: Mary Ruefle is interviewed at The Brooklyn Rail about her newest collection, Trances of the Blast (Wave, 2013), and also “speaks about metaphor, her ruthless revisions, the imagination as a [...] by

NYT Introduces Alex Butler: ‘A Poet Who Works in 3-D’ July 18, 2014: Check out NYT’s profile of literary newcomer, Alex Butler. Butler recently read from her Circling the Same, her newly published 80-page poem, at Creature of Comfort, a Manhattan lifestyle [...] by