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Reflecting on Galway Kinnell The Stranger March 20, 2015: At The Stranger, Gabriel Heller reflects on The Book of Nightmares by Galway Kinnell, as well as the reality of the poet’s death last year: “How could someone who’d reckoned so [...] by

Matthew Burgess Talks to Dorothea Lasky About Teaching, Making a Space for Wildness, & More March 19, 2015: At Teachers & Writers Magazine, Matthew Burgess interviews Dorothea Lasky about her passion for teaching: “I think if I stopped writing poems—well, I don’t know what that would look [...] by

Matthew Rohrer Trades ‘Plate of Chicken’ for Small Batch Irish Whiskey at WSJ March 19, 2015: Matthew Rohrer reflects on his Irish heritage and the pleasures (and pain) of drinking whiskey right here at The Wall Street Journal: MY FAMILY identifies as Irish—more so, perhaps, than is [...] by

New York Times Considers Kate Tempest March 19, 2015: We’ve introduced Kate Tempest before, here as one of twenty “next generation poets” recognized by the UK’s Poetry Book Society. Now, word of Tempest’s talent hits [...] by

In New Issue of BOMB, Ian Dreiblatt Reviews P. Inman’s Written: 1976–2013 March 19, 2015: We were delighted to discover the spring issue of BOMB in our inbox, and with it, a piece by Ian Dreiblatt on P. Inman’s recent selected poems, Written: 1976–2013 (if p then q, 2014)! [...] by

Hungry for Paradox: Maggie Nelson at Guernica March 18, 2015: A conversation with Maggie Nelson about motherhood, paradox, her many books (including The Argonauts, forthcoming from Graywolf this year), queer family-making, and language is a don’t-miss at [...] by

Jack White to Publish Frank Stanford March 18, 2015: That’s right, more writing is on the way from the author of the epic poem The Battlefield Where The Moon Says I Love You (and more), although Frank Stanford passed away in 1978. In addition, [...] by

A Few Words a Day: An Interview With Lisa Jarnot March 18, 2015: Lisa Jarnot is interviewed at rob mclennan’s Touch the Donkey journal supplement, where she responds to questions surrounding her poem, “Part Five: The Sublime Porte,” which appears in the [...] by

Jennifer Moxley Wins William Carlos Williams Award + All PSA Winners Announced March 18, 2015: The Poetry Society of America has announced its Annual Awards, handing Jennifer Moxley the William Carlos Williams Award for The Open Secret (Flood Editions)! And the Norma Farber First Book Award [...] by

A Second Look at Beth Bachmann’s Do Not Rise and Alice Fulton’s Palladium March 17, 2015: Lisa Russ Spaar got a reminder in the mail–when news about Alice Fulton’s newest collection, Barely Composed appeared in her inbox–to revisit Fulton’s previous collection [...] by