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The Translation Process of Pizarnik’s Diana’s Tree August 28, 2015: Last fall, the publication of Yvette Siegert’s translation of Argentine poet Alejandra Pizarnik’s “canonical poetry collection” Diana’s Tree (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2014, [...] by

Call and Response: The Gifts of Women Poets (Part 2) August 26, 2015: [Editor’s Note: Part 1 of “Call and Response: The Gifts of Women Poets” can be found here.] On Carolyn Kizer Carolyn Kizer was my poetry mentor, great friend and goddess. Here is an [...] by

Let Melancholy Not Be Diluted by Cheap Optimism: Santiago Vizcaíno’s Destruction in the Afternoon July 16, 2015: Destruction in the Afternoon (Lavender Ink 2015), by “one of Ecuador’s finest poets,” Santiago Vizcaíno, is reviewed at Entropy. “Against the grain of this [U.S. cultural] [...] by

Music and Literature Issue #6 is Here! May 21, 2015: Hello, it’s here! The sixth issue of Music & Literature is (at last!) in the world, with highlights including poetry by Argentinian writer, Alejandra Pizarnik with an appreciation of her [...] by

Flavorwire Picks Favorite Forthcoming Poetry Books January 14, 2015: Flavorwire gives us their most anticipated poetry books of 2015! Writer Jonathon Sturgeon smartly starts with the re-release of Mina Loy’s poems, The Lost Lunar Baedeker, which has been out of [...] 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

Alejandra Pizarnik’s Uncollected Poems at Jacket2 February 26, 2014: We’re excited to see a selection of late poems by Alejandra Pizarnik, translated from the Spanish by Cole Heinowitz, published at Jacket2. For those unfamiliar with Pizarnik’s life and [...] by

My Poetry Picks for 2013 December 18, 2013: These five books got under my skin. They are not books you read once with admiration but that later end up in your basement. They are also not new books in the conventional sense, except for Kate [...] by