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New York Daily News Profiles ‘Young women poets’ December 20, 2013: Well, this happened! Apparently, "women have a way with words." Or so says The New York Daily News, which features today a full-page, full-color feature on New York City's "young women poets," specifically Trisha Low, Monica McClure, Ana Božičević, Lisa Marie Basile, Alina Gregorian, and Camille Rankine, with a nod to Brooklyn’s Poet [...] by

The Gigantic Heart of BIRDS LLC April 2, 2013: When you get a small press that does such gorgeous and professional work, and at the same time doesn’t sacrifice a moment of heart in the process, you get a something like Birds LLC. They’re like the pinnacle of enthusiasm for contemporary young poet's full-length books. And of reinventing self-publishing. What has given me pause lately is [...] by

Have a Little ‘War on a Lunchbreak’ August 17, 2012: PEN America recently hosted Ana Božičević and Janaka Stucky at the second-annual New York City Poetry Festival and if you go here you can hear Ana read "War on a Lunchbreak." You can read along, too, as the full text is provided. Nice! by

Friends Read Friends’ Poems March 28, 2012: Check out this new feature at HTLMGIANT in which a friend offers their thoughts on the poems of a friend. In the first installment Ana Bozicevic writes about Amy King's poem “Men By the Lips of Women.” She begins: Amy doesn’t remember writing this poem. -What about the images, do they strike a chord of any sort? -Um….no not [...] by

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. by

Let’s Read Revolutionesque February 7, 2012: In more radical radical poetry journal news, you've got to check out Esque Mag Issue 3, called "Revolutionesque," which was just released today. For this one, editors Amy King and Ana Božičević asked contributors to respond to the idea of revolution. "We didn’t define what we mean by that. Whether it lives in your home, in the financial [...] by