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Performa Presents Two of the Best of the ‘Net November 16, 2015: Second to final event of the new What if someone told u you were significant? reading series, sponsored by the epic performance art festival, Performa, featured readings by two of the [...] by

A Monumental Achievement: The Poems of T.S. Eliot November 16, 2015: The Poems of T.S. Eliot: The Annotated Text (Johns Hopkins University Press), edited by Christopher Ricks and Jim McCue, is the book of the day at The Guardian. “Volume one contains 346 pages [...] by

3:AM Magazine Interview With Solar Luxuriance November 13, 2015: At 3:AM Magazine, an interview with founder M. Kitchell of micropress Solar Luxuriance, based in San Francisco. An excerpt: 3:AM Magazine: For people who don’t know what Solar Luxuriance is, how [...] by

Poetry and Science Join Forces at University of Washington November 13, 2015: What alchemy happens when poets and scientists team up to find solutions to some of life’s great mysteries? At the University of Washington’s Poetry and Science Symposium scientific [...] by

Michael McClure Tries on a New Groove November 13, 2015: San Francisco Chronicle reports that Smith Andersen Editions (Palo Alto) is exhibiting new works by Amy Evans McClure, with words by Michael McClure. It’s the couple’s first [...] by

London’s Young Poets Laureate Offer Writing Advice November 13, 2015: At The Guardian, London’s young poets laureate (past and present) offer their tips for a career in poetry: “Write about what’s difficult,” says current laureate Selina Nwulu. The [...] by

Ann Lauterbach, Edward Snowden, and Peter Maass on ‘Why Privacy Matters’ November 13, 2015: The Hannah Arendt Center at Bard College’s “Why Privacy Matters” conference ended with a discussion between Ann Lauterbach, Edward Snowden, and Peter Maass on the importance of [...] by

Talking to Johari Osayi Idusuyi, the Woman Who Chose Citizen Over Trump November 12, 2015: At Jezebel’s The Slot, a conversation with the woman behind “the head flip heard ‘round the nation”–she who trumped Trump, showing off Claudia Rankine’s searing [...] by

New Arthur Rimbaud Museum Opens Its Doors in France November 12, 2015: In Charleville-Mézières, France, an old mill on the River Meuse has been renovated to house the story of notorious 19th century poet, Arthur Rimbaud. Charleville-Mézières is also the place of [...] by

The Sadness of Materiality: Sending Bellamy & Killian Archives to the Beinecke November 12, 2015: Dodie Bellamy writes for SFMOMA’s Open Space about how dejecta evolves into archive: “Last August Kevin Killian and I turned over fifty-five file boxes of ephemera to the Beinecke Rare [...] by