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B O D Y Literature Reviews The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley March 25, 2014: For their Friday pick last week, B O D Y Literature chose The Letters of Robert Creeley, edited by Kaplan Harris, Peter Baker, and Rod Smith (University of California Press 2014). Stephan Delbos remarks on the unique fact that much of Creeley's influence came through correspondence. More: ...As he writes in 1952: “my place is so much [...] by

Sadness at Leaving: Cult New York School Author, Spy & Friend Erje Ayden Dies at 77 October 15, 2013: Back in early summer, we pointed you to these kind words from John Ashbery, Frank O'Hara, and The Wooster Group, on the work of beloved (but exceedingly obscure) Erje Ayden (1936-2013). "Ayden is one of the sexiest writers we have; because of his struggles with acquired language he has a vigor uncommon among our novelists; without the [...] by

Yes. I fainted at a party recently: The Work of Kristen Kosmas at BODY Literature August 23, 2013: Poets who are interested in experimental performance writing and the contemporary theater scene would do well to check out this series of work and conversation with Kristen Kosmas--you might have heard of her play, Hello Failure, published as part of Ugly Duckling Presse's Emergency Playscripts series in 2009. Or her recent work, There There, [...] by