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Kevin Killian Interviewed at HTMLGIANT August 11, 2014: At HTMLGIANT, Matt L. Rohrer talks to Kevin Killian about his new book from Wonder, Tweaky Village! Chosen by Macgregor Card for the first-annual Wonder Poetry Prize, Tweaky Village is “a wild [...] by

Searing Analyses: Marianne Morris’s The On All Said Things Moratorium August 11, 2014: Hooray: Eleanor Perry reviewed Marianne Morris’s The On All Said Things Moratorium (Enitharmon Books 2014) for The Shearsman Review. We carry this book around with us, so we’re glad to [...] by

Poet Laureates Come to Life in Edinburgh Exhibition August 8, 2014: In tandem with the Edinburgh Art Festival, a new exhibition brings the lives of poets laureate past and present to light at Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s official residence in Scotland, where [...] by

What Does a State Poet Laureate Do Anyway? August 8, 2014: Chris Vitiello of North Carolina considers his state’s most recent debacle over the appointment of Valerie Macon, a self-published poet and employee in the state’s Department of Health [...] by

When Maya Angelou Went to Arkansas With Bill Moyers August 8, 2014: Bill Moyers celebrates the life and legacy of Maya Angelou in the first of two programs for his venture Moyers & Company. In the first, just up, Moyers “revisits an episode from his 1982 [...] by

Ray Johnson’s in the Spotlight at Bookforum August 8, 2014: Bookforum editor Albert Mobilio takes a sneak peek at two Ray Johnson books recently published by Siglio Press: The Paper Snake and Not Nothing. Ray Johnson, an intermedia artist who trained at Black [...] by

Rigoberto González Lectures at the Library of Congress August 7, 2014: We’ll close out the day by pointing you over to the University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies’s Letras Latinas blog for this lecture by Rigoberto González, [...] by

At Guernica: Richard Falk on Poetry, War, and Wallace Stevens August 7, 2014: At Guernica, international law and international relations scholar Richard Falk considers the writing of Wallace Stevens while observing the fighting in Gaza. During these days of continuing massacre [...] by

New Development Project Threatens to Destroy Amherst’s Beloved Emily Dickinson Mural August 7, 2014: Locals and developers in Amherst, MA, are trying to see Eye to Eye while a building in the town’s center is poised for redevelopment by a firm called Archipelago. The building in question [...] by

Newly Restored: Pablo Neruda Reading at The 92nd Street Y in 1966 August 7, 2014: Thanks to BOMB’s Paper Clip, we’ve come across Clocktower Radio’s restoration and rebroadcast of Pablo Neruda reading at the 92nd Street Y in 1966, from the archives of Charles [...] by