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Hello, Colorado: Timber Watches Andrew Zawacki’s Videotape August 29, 2014: Scoot on over to Timber, the official journal of the Masters of Fine Arts program at the University of Colorado (Boulder), where Alexis Smith investigates the branches of Zawacki’s newest [...] by

Joe Wenderoth in Conversation at BOMB August 29, 2014: Get yourself right here to the web presence of BOMB Magazine, where San Diego-based poet and writer, Paola Capó-García, interviews Joe Wenderoth on the occasion of his newest collection of poems: [...] by

Susan Gevirtz Talks to SF Weekly About Ancestors, Prisons, Writing, More August 29, 2014: Susan Gevirtz is interviewed for the Culture section of SF Weekly: ” I’ve always lived a little in the turn-of-the-century or had a fascination for that time. And the pogrom trauma and the [...] by

Ben Lerner’s Favorite New Directions Books August 29, 2014: You know you’ve made it when…The New Directions blog gets an annotated look at Ben Lerner’s bedside table! Sorry, nightstand! The favorites are: “My sense of the possibilities [...] by

Fifty Years of Buffalo Poetics Readings Now Digitized! August 28, 2014: How’s that for back to the future? PENNSOUND announces that it has archived fifty years of poetry readings sponsored by the SUNY-Buffalo Poetics Program: from 1963-2003. FIFTY YEARS. Take your [...] by

Sophia Le Fraga and Ana Božičević Bring Wild to The Wild August 28, 2014: Your internet Thursday would be woefully incomplete without this fabulous interview featuring Sophia Le Fraga and Ana Božičević published at The Wild! We’re used to opening the book, reading the [...] by

Formally Attributed Generic Feelings: Diana Hamilton’s Great Review of Rob Fitterman’s Borrowing of James Schuyler . . . August 28, 2014: Diana Hamilton reviews Rob Fitterman’s newest book, No, Wait. Yep. Definitely Still Hate Myself. (Ugly Duckling Presse 2014) for Coldfront! This is a book the protagonist of which, as UDP tells [...] by

Bay Area Public School Announces Three-Day Symposium on Alice Notley August 27, 2014: The rumors are true: Alice Notley is coming to Oakland (with your help!). She’ll be invoked in Oakland, while present. And then celebrated. And considered. All in October. Announceth The Bay [...] by

‘writings writers write about writing have been curiously misread’ August 27, 2014: If you’re ever wondering what the difference might be between a manifesto and poetics, look no further than “Poetics and the manifesto: On Pierre Joris and Adrian Clarke” at [...] by

‘The voice of someone who was almost crushed by oppression and decided she would fight:’ Minnie Bruce Pratt at Los Angeles Review of Books August 27, 2014: On the occasion of the reissue of Crime Against Nature, her seminal collection of lesbian-feminist poetry, Minnie Bruce Pratt speaks to Los Angeles Review of Books’s Lisa L. Moore about the [...] by