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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

Benjamin Landry Surveys Kimiko Hahn’s Brain Fever March 17, 2015: Boston Review hosts a swell synopsis by Benjamin Landry of Kimiko Hahn’s new venture Brain Fever published later last year by Knopf. Check it: A characteristically disjunctive turn marks the [...] by

Responses to Kenny Goldsmith’s The Body of Michael Brown March 17, 2015: A fragmented but informative report on the reaction to Kenneth Goldsmith’s recent reading of Michael Brown’s autopsy, positioned as a new performance for Brown University’s [...] by

Thomas Sayers Ellis, Eileen Myles, & More Launch The Offing March 16, 2015: The Offing is off! The new literary magazine holds true to its pre-publication hype, with poems and other amazing work by Eileen Myles, Juan Felipe Herrera, and Francine J. Harris. And check out this [...] by

An Essay on Kathy Acker & McKenzie Wark’s I’m Very Into You March 16, 2015: An essay about Kathy Acker and McKenzie Wark’s correspondence is up at Full Stop. Just out, I’m Very Into You (Semiotext(e) 2015) tracks a “heated e-mail correspondence” [...] by

Help Aubrie Marrin Through Lyme Disease and Spinal Surgery March 16, 2015: Shearsman Books published Aubrie Marrin’s debut collection of poetry, Incognitum, just this month and this year, however, Marrin’s name is back in the headlines for a very different [...] by

Missy Mazzoli’s Vespers for a New Dark Age Due March 31st: to Feature Lyrics by Matthew Zapruder March 16, 2015: Brooklyn-based composer Missy Mazzoli’s newest album, Vespers for a New Dark Age, is her most collaborative yet. The album is a new kind of vespers: one for the digital age. Mazzoli’s [...] by

Diana Hamilton’s Universe Reviewed at New Pages March 13, 2015: At New Pages, Ryo Yamaguchi looks at Diana Hamilton’s new chapbook, Universe (Ugly Duckling Presse 2015). “Diana Hamilton’s Universe is one of the tightest projects I’ve ever [...] by