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Alan Gilbert Reads John Cage’s Diary October 8, 2015: Amazing: “One of the minor ironies of the postwar avant-garde is that an artist so resolutely against personal expression and the myth of the inspired genius should become the focus of a cult [...] by

Observer Sits Down with Frances Beatty: Ray Johnson’s Art Dealer October 8, 2015: As the Observer notes: “rarely has there been a closer artistic tie between a dealer and the artist whose estate she now represents.” For more context behind the emergence of mail artist, [...] by

Governor General’s Award Poetry Finalists Announced! October 8, 2015: The Governor General’s Literary Award finalists were announced yesterday, reports Canada’s The Globe and Mail. These top-tier literary prizes offer $25,000 to the winners from seven [...] by

Compositional Resistance: Orlando White in Conversation October 7, 2015: At Taos Journal of International Poetry and Art, Veronica Golos introduces readers to Orlando White’s latest book LETTERRS (Nightboat, 2015) and engages him in conversation. Golos writes: [...] by

New Luis Chaves Poems Translated & Introduced at Circumference October 7, 2015: At Circumference: Poetry in Translation, three poems by Luis Chaves, translated and introduced by Julia Guez and Samantha Zighelboim. “Every Sunday for the last twenty-four months,” they [...] by

Wayne Koestenbaum discusses Pink Trance Notebooks with Brooklyn Rail October 7, 2015: After a recent performance at The Kitchen to celebrate the release of The Pink Trance Notebooks (Nightboat, 2015) Wayne Koestenbaum speaks to Brooklyn Rail about his trance’s origins. More: On [...] by

Hyperallergic Reviews Joshua Clover’s Red Epic October 7, 2015: At Hyperallergic, Jon Curley writes of Joshua Clover’s Red Epic (Commune Editions, 2015): “A swansong for the millennium has just been written and none too soon; or rather, an evensong for [...] by

Laura Goldstein & Michelle Taransky Offer a Wilder Review October 7, 2015: Adding to the mix of book review offerings comes Goldstein and Taransky with a portfolio of experimental reviews for Jacket2. We’re excited by the prospect! In their introduction to the [...] by

The Rumpus Rethinks The New Yorker’s Kenny Goldsmith Piece October 6, 2015: With all this backlash, you wonder if The New Yorker is maybe rethinking on its own behalf… Yesterday The Rumpus published its own wrap-up of responses to Alec Wilkinson’s New Yorker [...] by

ASU Professor, Laura Tohe, Becomes Navajo Nation Poet Laureate October 6, 2015: Laura Tohe is the second poet to serve in this role, which was created in 2013. She will hold the position until 2017. More: Laura Tohe, a poet and writer living in Mesa, has been chosen as the poet [...] by