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The Many Faces of Emily Dickinson at New Republic May 24, 2016: There are many Emily Dickinson interpretations that writers today can “try on,” Alexandra Pechman writes in the New Republic. Pechman’s new article suggests that no matter how many [...] by

Jameson Fitzpatrick Reviews Cheena Marie Lo’s A Series of Un/Natural/Disasters May 24, 2016: Jameson Fitzpatrick writes about Cheena Marie Lo’s A Series of Un/Natural/Disasters (Commune Editions 2016) for Lambda Literary. “In Cheena Marie Lo’s debut collection, the poet finds [...] by

Monica McClure and Josef Kaplan in Conversation at The Believer Logger May 23, 2016: At The Believer Logger, a conversation with Monica McClure and Josef Kaplan. “To live sensitively in 2016, on or offline, is often to be brutalized,” writes Ben Fama in a generous [...] by

Hardest Working Words in Baseball Oh Wait No Poetry May 23, 2016: Paging Nate Silver! The folks at My Poetic Side have teamed up to compile a few well known poets’ MVP words. While some of your favorite writers’ choices have more to do with subject [...] by

In Boston, It’s Raining Poetry May 23, 2016: The Atlantic’s City Lab unit has been following record rainfall this year in the Boston area. In April, Boston City Hall and Mass Poetry teamed up to present a new city-wide poetry (and [...] by

Bernadette Mayer in Conversation with Jennifer Karmin & Stephanie Anderson Redux May 23, 2016: When: Thursday, April 21, 12:00PM Where: Poetry Foundation, 61 West Superior Street, Chicago Last month poet, writer, and visual artist Bernadette Mayer discussed her work and recollection of [...] by

Rita Dove’s Collected Poems Is Astounding, Says Jacket Copy May 23, 2016: Jacket Copy believes that Rita Dove’s newest collection “should put her back in the center of the American conversation,” that it is “an absolutely astounding body of [...] by

Jeremy Noel-Tod Chews Through the Oeuvre of J.H. Prynne May 20, 2016: At UK magazine Prospect, Jeremy Noel-Tod explores the writing of Jeremy Prynne, noting that a “two-volume collected prose is at last in preparation.” “To chew through Prynne’s [...] by

Chapbooks Host Poetic Engagements with Visual Culture May 20, 2016: At Entropy, Toby Altman reviews four poetry chapbooks that foreground visual elements: I Hate Telling You How I Really Feel, by Nikki Wallschlaeger, Mike Lala’s In the Gun Cabinet, The Book of [...] by

Krystal Languell Organizes Conversation Around Administration of Poetry May 20, 2016: “Readers should have the opportunity to learn more about the unseen and crucial work that goes into publishing books of poetry,” writes Krystal Languell in a call for more transparency [...] by