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Paul Legault Translates Those Meaningful to Susan Sontag in On Photography July 16, 2014: Paul Legault is at his creative translation again, this time unearthing what the authors really meant in Susan Sontag’s closing quotation section in On Photography. “There’s always a [...] by

The Dystopic Prophecy of Poetry & Other Notes on Franco Berardi at Entropy July 15, 2014: Brett Zehner sketches some solid notes for Entropy about Franco “Bifo” Berardi’s Semiotext(e) Interventions series book, The Uprising: On Poetry and Finance, which those of you [...] by

‘Poetic Kitsch Becomes a Dynamic Tool of Gothic Marxism’: Daniel Tiffany on Class in Avant-Garde Poetics July 15, 2014: Boston Review is making space to discuss class–in their words: “To confront, reinvigorate, and complicate the conversation about class in contemporary poetics, we are launching a poetry [...] by

Tyrone Williams Reviews Donato Mancini’s Buffet World July 15, 2014: Tyrone Williams reviews Vancouver poet Donato Mancini’s color-ful, not -ing book Buffet World (New Star Books, 2011) for Jacket2. Highly recommend you read both texts…here’s a hunk [...] by

‘The Poet is Inessential’: Alice Notley Reads from Negativity’s Kiss on KCRW’s ‘Bookworm’ July 14, 2014: Here it is! Alice Notley’s debut on KCRW’s boulevard of bookish-ness, “Bookworm:” a program hosted by the ever-inquisitive Michael Silverblatt. In this installment of [...] by

A Post That Proves We Are Not Ready to Purge Trisha Low July 14, 2014: We’re definitely not ready to stop talking about her literary debut, The Compleat Purge (Kenning, 2013), which has knocked our socks off and Patrick Gaughan’s too, who reviews Trisha [...] by

13 Ways of Looking at George Albon’s Fire Break July 14, 2014: Over the weekend at The Rumpus, Benjamin Landry reviewed George Albon’s Fire Break. In Albon’s latest title, Landry sees a strong connection to a certain modernist poet who lived in [...] by

Lindsey Boldt Induces Us to Trance July 14, 2014: Lindsey Boldt, author of Overboard (Publication Studio 2011), is the new guest blogger at Drunken Boat! Her first post is an incredible tutorial on “how to be a sacred monster.” Or [...] by

Shakespeare’s Brand Cost Him 15 Large July 11, 2014: The Washington Post reports on the draft of William Shakespeare’s coat of arms currently on display at the Folger Library. The short of it: a) he paid a boot-load for his COA; b) possessing a [...] by

Fate of Aby Warburg Library + Lisa Robertson’s Thinking Space July 11, 2014: Perhaps you’ve read a new work by Lisa Robertson entitled Thinking Space, published by Brooklyn’s lovely Organism for Poetic Research. If not, order it! After studying at the Aby Warburg [...] by