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Librarians’s Revenge: ‘Readers Make Their Mark’ at NYRB February 24, 2015: The New York Society Library, a subscription-based library on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, is currently hosting an exhibition of annotations written in books: “Readers Make Their [...] by

Simultaneously Familiar & Unrecognizable: Ben Fama, Johannes Göransson & Sarah Gerard February 24, 2015: At Entropy, Christopher Higgs reviews three “new notable books” by authors Ben Fama, Johannes Göransson, and Sarah Gerard. Higgs uses a screenshot-Tweet from Iggy Azalea as an epigraph! [...] by

The New York Times Magazine Relaunches … with Poetry! February 23, 2015: The New York Times Magazine relaunched this weekend and with the re-design comes a few more literary initiatives including “online only writing and photography” and selections of poetry [...] by

W.S. Merwin’s Johnny Appleseed Turn February 23, 2015: PBS NewsHour tracks down American poet W.S. Merwin in Hawaii, where he plants palm trees. He bought three acres of an old pineapple plantation in the ’70s, the spot where a forest of palm trees [...] by

SERPENT POWER: City Lights Looks Forward to David Meltzer’s Two-Way Mirror: A Poetry Notebook February 23, 2015: At City Light’s blog, Abandon All Despair Ye Who Enter Here, Ryan Haas guides readers through the David Meltzer archives, from Meltzer’s iconic 1960s band, The Serpent Power, to his newly [...] by

Seems Extreme: Emmalea Russo Interview at Textile Arts Center February 20, 2015: Emmalea Russo is interviewed for The Textile Arts Center blog! Russo uses “sculpture, installation, and text, [making] process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central [...] by

Cabinet Posts Audio From Launch of Eva Díaz’s The Experimenters: Chance and Design at Black Mountain College February 20, 2015: Lucky us: Thanks to Cabinet Magazine, if you missed the launch for The Experimenters: Chance and Design at Black Mountain College (University of Chicago Press 2015), art historian Eva Díaz’s [...] by

Abe Books Searches for First Editions of ‘The Iliad’ Climb after Release of The Boy Next Door; Film Critics Lay Siege on the Film’s Script February 20, 2015: The Guardian reports that searches for “The Iliad, first edition” on the online marketplace AbeBooks have climbed since the release of J-Lo’s new movie The Boy Next Door, which [...] by

Paris Review Re-Connects Readers with William Bronk February 19, 2015: In a recent post at Paris Review, Daniel Piepenbring wonders, “Why is William Bronk Perennially Under-read?” During Bronk’s lifetime, Burning Deck, New Directions, and North Point [...] by

Inaugural Kathy Acker Fellowship Offered by Les Figues Press February 19, 2015: Such great news for Kathy Acker fans (and anyone else with that bent, we’d imagine): Les Figues Press is offering a Kathy Acker Fellowship, currently accepting applications! In honor of the [...] by