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Unruly Travel Writing From Anna Moschovakis December 13, 2013: The PEN Poetry Series this week posted an excerpt from an “unruly essay-poem about mobility” by Anna Moschovakis called “A is for Addis.” Addis would refer to Addis [...] by

Jocelyn Spaar Translates Early Poems of Albert Cossery for Paris Review Daily December 5, 2013: “Revived at the fingers of a magician”! Where’s our flageolet: Artist, poet and translator Jocelyn Spaar, pictured above, has brought to the Paris Review Daily fore three poems by [...] by

Poets & Writers Spotlights PDF Publishers: New Heave-Ho, H_NGM_N, Duration Press, and Publishing Genius October 21, 2013: The current issue of Poets & Writers spotlights Noel Black, Anna Moschovakis, Nate Pritts, and Adam Robinson’s efforts to make poetry more accessible to everyone online, via PDF publishing [...] by

New to the Archive October 16, 2013: Last week we mentioned a new poetry sampler of Latin@ poetry that we’re excited to feature. Today, we’re going to drill into the online archive and see what else has been added since we [...] by

All Aboard with The New Heave-Ho July 8, 2013: In related news of supreme excellency: Noel Black, author of Uselysses (UDP, 2011) and La Goon (TNHH, 2013), is launching a .PDF press called The New Heave-Ho. In his preface to the new press’s [...] by

“Approaching a Lake” with Anna Moschovakis October 1, 2012: The Rumpus recommends Anna Moschovakis’s poetry collection, You and Three Others Are Approaching a Lake, dwelling on her themes of choice in the modern world: We are brought back to the idea of [...] by

I Have Not Been Able to Get Through to Everyone April 30, 2011: Somewhere in my notebooks are definitions for “adage” and “aphorism.” I wrote them down while reading a poem by Anna Moschovakis titled “Untitled.” When I re-read it, I open the [...] by

Whatchu Reading…? April 25, 2011:   The MFA writing workshop is only part critical feedback, and those enrolled in the Rutgers-Newark program know that I’m big on citizenship–on reading poetry books and reporting back [...] by

O at Open Books April 4, 2011: By day and night, Christine Deavel is the co-owner of OPEN BOOKS, Seattle’s poetry-only bookstore. She likes her clothes to help sell books. Case in point: She hopes her sweatshop-free, organic [...] by