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PEN America Hosts Diversity Roundtable for Publishing Professionals: ‘What if we published only queer POCs for a year? I’m serious: would the world explode?’ October 30, 2015: PEN America’s Antonio Aiello reached out to publishing professionals for a roundtable called “Equity in Publishing: What Should Editors Be Doing?” in which we see “how they [...] by

The View From a Poetry Reading in Tel Aviv September 29, 2015: Poet and scholar Yosefa Raz writes from a poetry reading turned “poetry riot” in Tel Aviv, Israel, nodding to the recent discussion around literary activism: “Many of the responses [...] by

Talking About What We Don’t Talk About: Roundtable with Eunsong Kim, Amy King, Lucas de Lima, Hoa Nguyen, Héctor Ramírez, Metta Sáma, Nikki Wallschlaeger August 31, 2015: Poetry, Careerism & Institutions: These concepts are often talked about but usually behind closed doors. The writers in this roundtable haven’t necessarily reached solutions or [...] by

Responding to ‘What Is Literary Activism?’ August 21, 2015: [Editor’s Note: As a response to Amy King’s recent post “What Is Literary Activism?,” Wendy Trevino, Juliana Spahr, Tim Kreiner, Joshua Clover, Chris Chen, and Jasper Bernes [...] by

Amy King Wins 2015 Women’s National Book Award for VIDA-Women in Literary Arts June 15, 2015: Congratulations, Amy King! At the Pace M.S. in Publishing blog, Jane Kinney-Denning, president of WNBA-NYC, speaks with King about VIDA and her contributions to literary publishing. Jane: Hi Amy, [...] by

Chicago Review’s New Gender Forum Sparks Interest in Collectively Authored ‘No Manifesto’ May 22, 2015: Over at The Message, Paul Ford highlights a recent publication, the “No Manifesto for Poetry Readings and Listservs and Magazines and ‘Open Versatile Spaces Where Cultural Production [...] by

Amy King on the Naysayers of Poetry’s Vastness at Boston Review February 7, 2014: Amy King brings the right and the left to hold wallets in full circle in a new essay for the Boston Review. Is poetry dead, how so, what marketplace, etc.? She writes: I. A PRIMER FOR POETRY’S [...] by

Amy King Considers What Unrest After Conceptualism’s Institutional Embrace July 17, 2013: At The Rumpus the other day: Amy King backs up and moves forward in her breakdown of community, capital, Conceptualism, and poetry (specifically poetry as capital as seen in the “eyes” of [...] by

The Opposite of Olympian: Barry Schwabsky Reviews Amy King’s I Want to Make You Safe March 22, 2013: Barry Schwabsky has written a fabulously in-depth review of Amy King‘s I Want to Make You Safe. We appreciate it when a reviewer situates a book within the context of all of that writer’s [...] by

The 2012 VIDA Count Is Up and the Charts Are Scary March 4, 2013: Amy King has posted the VIDA Count for 2012, and “eyeball[s] how the 2012 Count stacks up beside numbers from the years preceding.” As per usual, VIDA aims to “turn the conversation [...] by