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Fanzine Infiltrates The Garden: Ed Steck and Paul Cunningham in Conversation August 13, 2014: Whoa, hey there buddy! Whatever you’re doing right now, stop that and read this: it’s Ed Steck and Paul Cunningham’s conversation about writing, disappearances, borders, Eden, [...] by

Entropy’s Sage Advice for Winning the Yale Younger Prize August 13, 2014: Entropy has some good advice for those interested in the Yale Series of Younger Poets Competition. Well all right! Thomas Cook says, among other things: 3. Do submit your manuscript in 1920, 1921, [...] by

‘Words Called Up to Answer Image’: At Los Angeles Review of Books B.K. Fischer Invokes Louise Bourgeois August 12, 2014: Magnifique! B.K. Fischer writes all things Bourgeois including her many literary admirers at a most recent installment of LARB. We love both Fischer’s incisive commentary on Bourgeois’s [...] by

‘Pour la beauté du geste’ / Leos Carax, Poet of the Cinema August 12, 2014: At the Frieze blog, Tom von Logue Newth wrote, in 2012, about one of our favorite directors, and “real assumed” “poet of the cinema,” Leos Carax. There are not many poets left [...] by

Belladonna’s August Ideal + Contribute to Celebratory Folio for Theory, A Sunday! August 12, 2014: Just the other weekday, we were waxing most positive about Theory, A Sunday–now’s your chance to respond. If you haven’t seen this already: Lemounhound is asking for 300-800 words [...] by

Academy of American Poets Makes Education a Priority With New Honorary Position August 12, 2014: Just announced: A new honorary position has been established at The Academy of American Poets! Dr. Madeleine Fuchs Holzer has joined the organization as its first Educator in Residence. “This [...] by

A Most Substantial Loot: Holland Cotter Reviews Not Nothing at New York Times August 12, 2014: He’s taking over! Site of Ray Johnson’s most recent habitation? Why, it’s the New York Times dear hearts, where Holland Cotter has these kindnesses to say about the recently [...] by

More Than a Fetish Object: The Open Book Project August 11, 2014: A good piece is up at The Atlantic on diminishing the binary between print and digital–it raises important poets for us book-lusters: What about the possible impulse to romanticize physical [...] by

Boris Pasternak: ‘Poems Are Unimportant’ August 11, 2014: There’s an interesting piece on Boris Pasternak’s literary fame and misfortune over at Bookforum. Steven G. Kellman is here reviewing The Zhivago Affair, co-authored by Peter Finn and [...] by

Kevin Killian Interviewed at HTMLGIANT August 11, 2014: At HTMLGIANT, Matt L. Rohrer talks to Kevin Killian about his new book from Wonder, Tweaky Village! Chosen by Macgregor Card for the first-annual Wonder Poetry Prize, Tweaky Village is “a wild [...] by