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Sophie Seita’s Artfully Fragmented Fantasias in Counting June 13, 2014: Bookslut’s Kristina Marie Darling reviews Sophie Seita’s first book, Fantasias in Counting (just released, BlazeVOX 2014)! “Although many of her works are concise and carefully [...] by

Vampires & Strippers June 12, 2014: Who doesn’t love vampires and strippers? Well, I suppose some people don’t. But I’m sure glad that Geoffrey Gatza, poet and editor/publisher of BlazeVOX [books], does. Gatza is committed to [...] by

Global Warming Is Caused by Desire: Talking With James Sherry at BOMBLOG February 25, 2014: Over at BOMBLOG, we’re delighted to see a conversation with James Sherry about his most recent work, Oops! Environmental Poetics, out late 2013 with BlazeVOX. Zoe R. Panagopoulos gets right to [...] by

Geoffrey Gatza’s Duchampian Apollo February 10, 2014: At the Huffington Post, Loren Kleinman talks with poet and publisher of BlazeVOX, Geoffrey Gatza. They discuss Gatza’s new work, Apollo, a “conceptual poetry collection” inspired by [...] by

Freaky Halloween Special from BlazeVox and Kent Johnson! October 31, 2013: Our friends at BlazeVox, as promised last week here, bring you something terrifying for Halloween: Edgar Allan Poe! Kent Johnson! Conceptual Poetry (ahhhh)!! Without further ado, BlazeVox Films [...] by

‘from the mind of Kent Johnson’: Teaser for E. Allan Po. Reading: Anagrammatic Incantation by ‘Conceptual Poetry’ October 24, 2013: Our good friends at BlazeVox have piqued our interest with this teaser/trailer (“from the mind of Kent Johnson”) for an upcoming movie to be released everywhere on Halloween, Oct. 31, [...] by

BlazeVox’s Geoffery Gatza in Conversation with Nin Andrews June 4, 2012: Geoffery Gatza took part in this interview with Nin Andrews over at the Best American Poetry blog. Here he talks about how one can become a BlazeVox author and the press’s international [...] by

NEA Calls Out BlazeVOX Authors March 8, 2012: Wow. Remember the bananas that was the BlazeVOX scandal? First, down in flames for changing its funding model to include author contributions; then, up from ashes. Now it looks like those authors [...] by