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Etel Adnan Reader Encourages Necessary Resilience September 11, 2014: At The Rumpus, Patrick James Dunagan reviews the two-volume Etel Adnan’s To Look at the Sea Is to Become What One Is: An Etel Adnan Reader (Nightboat Books 2014; edited by Thom Donovan and [...] by

New York Times Reviews New Collections by Edward Hirsch and Christian Wiman September 11, 2014: New York Times brings to newsstands a compelling discussion about new poetry collections by Edward Hirsch (Gabriel: An Elegy) and Christian Wiman (Once in the West). On Hirsch: Lord of the Torrent, [...] by

Jennifer Tamayo’s Erasure of Carl Andre in the Shapes of Ana Mendieta September 10, 2014: We are stunned and moved by Jennifer Tamayo at Fanzine! Tamayo has created some insistent erasures of Carl Andre texts from the 400-page book, CARL ANDRE: Sculpture as Place, 1958-2010, published by [...] by

Yale’s Beinecke Library Acquires Cornelius Eady Papers and Cave Canem Foundation Records September 10, 2014: What great news for Yale, Cornelius Eady, Cave Canem, and all the rest of us! Yesterday the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library announced they acquired the literary archive for poet, [...] by

Patrick Durgin Unlocks Mirtha Dermisache’s Diarios at Jacket 2 September 10, 2014: It’s always a welcome surprise to learn the name of another artist whose written work demands both visual literacy and reading comprehension. Mirtha Dermisache (1927-2012) was an Argentinian [...] by

Anthony McCann’s Thing Music a Mindful Train September 10, 2014: Jackson Meazle reviews Anthony McCann’s new book, Thing Music (Wave Books 2014), for City Lights! While McCann mentions his current work traversing that of Ashbery, Meazle notices the rigor of [...] by

T.S. Eliot’s ‘Grand and Gracious’ Vacation Home is For Sale September 9, 2014: In the market to buy a new house? Why not consider T.S. Eliot’s vacation home, located near the shores of Boston in Gloucester, MA. It’s selling for a cool 1.3 million. From Jacket Copy: [...] by

CAConrad’s PACE The Nation Project Is Underway September 9, 2014: CAConrad’s new book–Ecodeviance: (Soma)tics for the Future Wilderness (Wave Books) is out; Charity Coleman has reviewed it for BOMB (cf. the print Fall 2014 issue); the events are being [...] by

Where Have the Political Poets Gone? Some Suggestions for Juan Vidal at NPR September 9, 2014: At NPR, Juan Vidal considers the possibility that poets are no longer visible mouthpieces for political and social protest. “The Beat Generation is dead, and literary provocation in America, I [...] by

Love and Career September 8, 2014: It’s not everyday that you surf over to Locus Solus to find Andrew Epstein reporting on a new rug collaboratively designed by John Ashbery and Kenny Goldsmith. Epstein reminds us of the [...] by