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Posts Tagged ‘Ammiel Alcalay’
On Ammiel Alcalay, at Warscapes March 14, 2014: Claudia Moreno Parsons reviews two recently published/re-published books by Ammiel Alcalay: from the warring factions and a little history. From Warscapes: Ammiel Alcalay, whose lineage can be traced to Robert Duncan, is a poet who delves into the violence and the history of war and emerges with stories to tell. He has been engaged in [...]
An Incomplete Guide to the Poetry Books I Currently Have on Tap (or, When and Why Networks Work) April 29, 2013: All the “best of” or “holiday gift” lists come out in December and January, when books that had our attention in the early (still chilly, here in New Jersey) days of spring have gotten buried beneath . . . let’s say autumn leaves and winter snows. Here’s a quick list of newish poetry books currently or very recently on my mind, for [...]
Ammiel Alcalay and Ana Bozičević on Lost & Found February 9, 2012: Some time back we reported on Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative, here. Now, listen to editors Ammiel Alcalay and Ana Bozičević in conversation with Leonard Schwartz speaking in depth about the process of editing the series.