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Notes from the Fence Family Brunch, Part 2 (AWP 2013, Boston) March 14, 2013: Earlier this week I posted Notes from the Fence Family Brunch, Part 1, wherein I covered topics such as: Fence managing editor Rob Arnold’s possible contribution to statewide gun violence in [...] by

Tin House Guide To AWP March 7, 2013: We typically head to AWP with one of two book-buying intentions: to buy nothing or to buy one of everything. If all goes well, we come home with a well-edited stack of publications from presses and [...] by

#Whatshouldwecallpoets or How to Survive the Internet During AWP March 6, 2013: This week, we’re all planning to go to AWP, en route to Boston, or recently arrived in Boston. Those of us not going to AWP are driving our poet friends to the airport and enjoying (or not) all [...] by

Two Perspectives on the Whole AWP-MFA-Glut Thing March 1, 2013: Remember the other day when we posted on Seth Oelbaum’s explosive piece at HTMLGiant? It’s caused something of a perturbance in the blogsphere and spurred poets to do what they do best [...] by

PoFo Is Hosting a Reception at AWP February 28, 2013: Yes, please join the magazine, website, and Foundation staff for cocktails Thursday night at AWP in Boston. If it’s anything like past years, you’ll want to get there early. A line tends [...] by

Seth Oelbaum on AWP and ‘The Glut’ February 27, 2013: If you need a mid-week dose of energy, head over to HTMLGiant, where Seth Oelbaum takes the AWP conference to task. But be prepared, when we say the post will give you some mid-week energy, we mean [...] by

Craig Santos Perez on why white editors are so mean May 13, 2011: Craig Santos Perez recently returned from the Los Angeles Times Book Festival, where he was a speaker on a panel called “The Poet’s Responsibility: Poetic Tradition, Social Values, and [...] by

Contemporary Poetry Review teaches you to be a better (less boring) poetry reader March 18, 2011: The editors of Contemporary Poetry Review (who suspiciously resemble Statler and Waldorf) are not beyond admitting that they can still learn a thing or two at AWP. For instance, they can learn that [...] by

Pirating the airwaves over AWP February 1, 2011: Inside Higher Ed is hosting Radio Free AWP this week. Wednesday through Sunday, tune into a ridiculous amount of podcasts (between 4-5 a day, it would appear) featuring readings, interviews, [...] by

AWP Report (Political Poetry) April 12, 2010: This morning [4.9.10] I moderated a panel called “Writing In(to) the Age of Obama.” The purpose of the panel was two-fold: to talk about the experience of participating in a blog-turned-book [...] by