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Adam Fitzgerald Talks About The Miami Book Fair International November 14, 2014: [Editor's Note: The Miami Book Fair International opens this weekend. This year the Fair is partnering with the Poetry Foundation to present a generous gathering of contemporary American poets. Adam [...] by

At BOMB: John Ashbery Joins Adam Fitzgerald for Conversation October 30, 2014: John Ashbery joins Adam Fitzgerald for a conversation published at BOMB that focuses on Ashbery’s time in Paris. Beginning with the foundation of Art and Literature their conversation moves [...] by

Friends Lasky & Fitzgerald on Cassavetes, ROME, the I in Motion, More at GRANTA October 27, 2014: Good gravy: Dorothea Lasky and Adam Fitzgerald are in conversation at GRANTA! “Like I want to ask you: what’s your favourite Cassavetes film? But maybe I’ll ask that another time.” [...] by

Dodie Bellamy’s Cunt Norton Reviewed at The American Reader January 21, 2014: Looks to be a good one! Adam Fitzgerald presents this wonderfully astute micro-review of Cunt Norton to readers of The American Reader. (Yes! That’s you!) What happens when the Norton Anthology [...] by

Howard, Durand, and Colby Read *This Saturday* for ‘John Ashbery Collects: Poet Among Things’ September 25, 2013: This Saturday, 4 PM at Loretta Howard Gallery (NYC) Maureen Howard, Marcella Durand, and Todd Colby celebrate the gallery’s newest exhibit “John Ashbery Collects: Poet Among Things” [...] by

Now Open: ‘John Ashbery Collects: Poet Among Things’ September 13, 2013: Locus Solus tells it like it is: “There is a very interesting exhibit opening tomorrow in New York titled ‘John Ashbery Collects: Poet Among Things.’ The exhibit, which is curated [...] by

Poets Make the Greatest Critics: Adam Fitzgerald Interviews Maureen McLane October 19, 2012: Adam Fitzgerald interviews poet and critic Maureen McLane for this month’s Brooklyn Rail. By way of introduction, Fitzgerald writes: …But if the old standard line about the best criticism [...] by