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HOWL to benefit The David Lynch Transcendental Meditation Foundation March 20, 2015: If you live in Los Angeles, we hope that you’ll howl. Yes yes you heard that right. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Allen Ginsberg’s poem, “Howl,” rockers Courtney Love, [...] by

No Fear, SCOUT is Here March 20, 2015: “Four hundred words. No bylines. A focus on the text itself. And a staunch no-crony rule.” Spencer Short and Kathleen Ossip are the editors of SCOUT, a new journal for short-form poetry [...] by

Reflecting on Galway Kinnell The Stranger March 20, 2015: At The Stranger, Gabriel Heller reflects on The Book of Nightmares by Galway Kinnell, as well as the reality of the poet’s death last year: “How could someone who’d reckoned so [...] by

Matthew Burgess Talks to Dorothea Lasky About Teaching, Making a Space for Wildness, & More March 19, 2015: At Teachers & Writers Magazine, Matthew Burgess interviews Dorothea Lasky about her passion for teaching: “I think if I stopped writing poems—well, I don’t know what that would look [...] by

Matthew Rohrer Trades ‘Plate of Chicken’ for Small Batch Irish Whiskey at WSJ March 19, 2015: Matthew Rohrer reflects on his Irish heritage and the pleasures (and pain) of drinking whiskey right here at The Wall Street Journal: MY FAMILY identifies as Irish—more so, perhaps, than is [...] by

New York Times Considers Kate Tempest March 19, 2015: We’ve introduced Kate Tempest before, here as one of twenty “next generation poets” recognized by the UK’s Poetry Book Society. Now, word of Tempest’s talent hits [...] by

In New Issue of BOMB, Ian Dreiblatt Reviews P. Inman’s Written: 1976–2013 March 19, 2015: We were delighted to discover the spring issue of BOMB in our inbox, and with it, a piece by Ian Dreiblatt on P. Inman’s recent selected poems, Written: 1976–2013 (if p then q, 2014)! [...] by

Hungry for Paradox: Maggie Nelson at Guernica March 18, 2015: A conversation with Maggie Nelson about motherhood, paradox, her many books (including The Argonauts, forthcoming from Graywolf this year), queer family-making, and language is a don’t-miss at [...] by

Jack White to Publish Frank Stanford March 18, 2015: That’s right, more writing is on the way from the author of the epic poem The Battlefield Where The Moon Says I Love You (and more), although Frank Stanford passed away in 1978. In addition, [...] by

A Few Words a Day: An Interview With Lisa Jarnot March 18, 2015: Lisa Jarnot is interviewed at rob mclennan’s Touch the Donkey journal supplement, where she responds to questions surrounding her poem, “Part Five: The Sublime Porte,” which appears in the [...] by