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Al Filreis & ModPo at The Atlantic January 8, 2015: At The Atlantic, Kristina Bicher writes about Al Filreis’s infamous ModPo course–that’s Modern & Contemporary American Poetry, of course of course, which is now in its third [...] by

Delusions of Progress December 29, 2014: It is not enough to suppress the adversary if you do not erase her memory and her ability to organize an alternative project… In the face of this strategy, we can understand that the three [...] by

Harriet Monroe Reads! October 28, 2014: We’re very grateful to Chris Mustazza and Al Filreis at PennSound for posting this series of recordings of Harriet Monroe, founder of Poetry magazine, and from whom this wee blog’s name [...] by

MOOCing with Al Filreis and Robert Pinsky September 12, 2014: If you’ve been out of school for a while, or in school and want to brush up on your poetry reading chops, a trove of online poetry classes exist to help you out. The Learning Lab section of our [...] by

Donald Revell on Barbara Guest’s ‘The Location of Things’ September 5, 2014: At the Omnidawn blog, Donald Revell revisits the work of Barbara Guest–and the “exceptionalism,” in particular, that he finds there. “Wherever the eye alights, the accent [...] by

Jacket2 First-Reads Sophia Le Fraga’s “W8ING 4″ June 5, 2014: We pointed our good readers over to Gauss PDF earlier in the year, and now at Jacket2 Joshua Weiner takes a chance at close-reading Sophia Le Fraga’s new and technologically savvy poem, [...] by

The Field of Phonotextuality Started Here May 23, 2014: In a fascinating piece called “Provenance Report” at Jacket2, Chris Mustazza digs into the mysterious origins of one of William Carlos Williams’s first audio recordings: a record [...] by

Hand-Picked Sounded/Nonimagined Internet Scenarios for Your Thursday December 5, 2013: No audio-visual issues here: We’ve rounded up some must-see/-hears for your ears-eyes on this lovely Thursday. First up on purview is Karinne Keithley Syers’s Fancy Stitch Machine. [...] by

School board members deserve testing too? May 20, 2011: In April 2009, Al Filreis posted the full-length New York Times story from May 2, 2000, about the New York Board of Education finding in their mailboxes some odd reading material from the interim [...] by

Poetry in 1960 Live from the Future! December 6, 2010: Kelly Writers House at University of Pennsylvania will be streaming their symposium “Poetry in 1960″ live at 6pm EST tonight, Monday, December 6th. Hosted by Writers House faculty [...] by